On Wednesday night, Punjab gangster Sukhdool Singh, alias Sukha Duneke, met a tragic end in an inter-gang rivalry that unfolded in Canada. Reports indicate that he was fatally shot in Winnipeg, Canada.
Duneke, who had allegedly escaped from India to Canada in 2017 using counterfeit documents, had a history of at least seven criminal cases registered against him.
#WATCH | Punjab | Visuals from the residence of gangster Sukhdool Singh in Moga. Reports have been coming in that he has been killed in Winnipeg, Canada in a gang land shooting but official confirmation is yet to come in.
Earlier today, raids against gangsters and Khalistani… pic.twitter.com/2cRp0SW4IV
— ANI (@ANI) September 21, 2023
Sukha Duneke’s Criminal Profile: Sukha Duneke, a close associate of terrorist Arshdeep Dalla, held the status of a “Category A” gangster from Punjab’s Moga region. He was one among the 43 gangsters featured on the list released by the National Investigation Agency (NIA).
NIA’s Lists of Wanted Individuals: The NIA recently unveiled two lists comprising 54 individuals, each with accompanying photographs. These individuals are wanted in connection with investigations into two cases initiated last year to dismantle networks involving terrorists and gangsters within the country. The lists, shared by the NIA on its official X account (formerly known as Twitter), encompassed a range of wanted individuals, including notable figures such as Goldy Brar, Lawrence Bishnoi, Anmol Bishnoi, and Arshdeep Singh Gill.