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Gangster Lawrence Bishnoi Claims Responsibility for the Killing of Extremist Sukhdool Singh in Canada

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Gangster Lawrence Bishnoi has claimed responsibility for the murder of extremist Sukhdool Singh in the city of Winnipeg, Canada. Sukhdool Singh was an associate of Khalistani terrorist Arshdeep Singh.

According to a post by his gang on Facebook, gangster Lawrence Bishnoi has taken responsibility for the killing of the extremist Sukhdool Singh in Winnipeg, Canada.

In the post, Lawrence Bishnoi’s gang stated that Sukhdool Singh, also known as Sukha Dukha, played a significant role in the murders of gangster Gurlal Brar and Vicky Gounder. The gang alleged that Sukhdool Singh had planned murders even while living abroad.

Describing Sukhdool Singh as a “drug addict,” Lawrence Bishnoi’s gang claimed that he had ruined the lives of many people, and ultimately, he faced the consequences of his actions.

The gang also claimed that Sukhdool Singh, a member of Davinder Bambiha’s group, was involved in the killing of another gangster, Sandeep Nangal Ambia.

Issuing a stern warning to their enemies, they said that their adversaries wouldn’t find peace, even if they hide in India or any other country.

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Lawrence Bishnoi is currently wanted by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in drug trafficking cases and is believed to be hiding in Ahmedabad. He is also accused in the murder of Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala.

Who Was Sukhdool Singh? Sukhdool Singh, a category-A gangster, originally hailed from Moga, Punjab, and had previously fled his home state for Canada. He was an associate of Khalistani terrorist Arshdeep Singh, also known as Arsh Dala.

Despite having 18 criminal cases registered against him in Punjab, Sukhdool Singh, alias Sukha Dukha, managed to obtain a passport and police clearance certificate on forged documents in 2017 to flee to Canada.

The murder of another Khalistani extremist, Hardeep Singh Nijjar, in British Columbia further escalated political tensions between India and Canada. Nijjar, wanted in India, was shot dead outside a gurdwara in June, fulfilling India’s long-standing demand for his extradition.

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