Who was Sukha Duneke, shot dead in inter-gang fight in Canada?

Sep 21, 2023 12:15 PM IST

Sukha Duneke was shot dead in Canada's Winnipeg in an inter-gang rivarly in a way similar to the killing of Hardeep Singh Nijjar.

In an inter-gang rivalry similar to the killing of pro-Khalistan terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, gangster Sukhdool Singh alias Sukha Duneke of infamous Davinder Bambiha gang was shot dead by unknown men in Canada's Winnipeg, HT has reported earlier.

Sukhdool Singh aka Sukha Duneke
Sukhdool Singh aka Sukha Duneke

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A resident of Punjab, Duneka fled to Canada in 2017 using forged documents. He had been aiding the Bambiha gang in Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and Rajasthan.

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Who was gangster Sukhdool Singh alias Sukha Duneke?

  1. Duneka was from Punjab's Moga district. According to Punjab Police, he joined was also associated with pro-Khalistan forces.
  2. The gangster was involved in carrying out crimes in Punjab and nearby states through his aides from the most wanted list of criminals.
  3. He orchestrated to kill kabaddi player Sandeep Singh Nangal last year during a match in Jalandhar.
  4. He had over 20 criminal cases on him pertaining murdering and other heineous crimes.
  5. According to an FIR last year, Duneke got a passport with the help of two Punjab Police personnel.
  6. According to TOI, he was a close associate of Arsh Dalla, designated terrorist of Khalistan Tiger Force. Both of them attempted to revive the outfit after Nijjar's murder.

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