For the last 24 hours, a lot of news is being discussed in our country. That news is that 28-year-old famous singer Sidhu Moose Wala was openly murdered in Punjab. The responsibility of the murder has been taken by a gangster named Goldie Brar sitting in Canada.
How the remote control of Punjab has now gone into the hands of some people sitting in Canada?
The gangster who killed Sidhu Moose Wala is in Canada. When the farmers’ movement took place last year, it was still being conducted from Canada. The Khalistan movement launched to separate Punjab from India also operates from Canada. There is one country at the center of this whole story and that is Canada.
Gang war is believed to be the reason behind this murder. In fact, there are more than 40 big and small gangs in Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and Rajasthan. They are divided into two factions. Among them, Lawrence Bishnoi gang is believed to be the mastermind of Sidhu Moose Wala’s murder.
The big thing is that Lawrence Bishnoi, who runs this gang, is currently lodged in Delhi’s Tihar Jail. According to Punjab Police, Lawrence Bishnoi took the help of his Canadian colleague Goldie Brar to kill Sidhu Moose Wala and he himself claimed responsibility for the murder in a post on Facebook. The reason behind this is said to be the death of Vicky Middukhera.
Vicky Middukhera was also a gangster who was murdered in Punjab last year. The name of Shaganpreet, the manager of Sidhu Moose Wala, was revealed in this murder. Hence Lawrence Bishnoi gang believed that this gangster was murdered by Sidhu Moose Wala.
Due to this Moose Wala was first threatened with death several times and later yesterday he was surrounded on the middle of the road and killed. In short, it seems that Sidhu Moose Wala was murdered due to a gang war. But the point to be noted is that the different gangsters of Punjab, their strings and the strings of this murder connect to the same country and that country is Canada.
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The gangster named Goldie Brar who has taken the responsibility of this murder and lives in Canada, his real name is Satendrajit Singh and he is from Muktsar in Punjab. He has 16 counts of murder, illegal arms purchase and extortion in India and efforts are on to bring him from Canada. However, the gangster feels that India’s police and security agencies in Canada will not be able to do anything.
In 1987, a treaty was concluded between the Government of India and the Government of Canada, under which in any offense punishable with imprisonment of one year or more, the Government of India may approach the Government of Canada for the extradition of the accused. If the Government of Canada and the court there consider the information provided by the Government of India to be serious, the accused can be deported to India. Under this treaty, gangster Goldie Brar can be brought to India. But the question is again about the Government of Canada, because despite a treaty between the two countries on the subject, Canada has shown no interest in sending the accused accused of spreading terror in Punjab to India.
Last year, the Indian government had sent a list of 10 people to the Canadian government who are running a drug racket in Punjab, but Canada has not done anything so far to hand over these people to India. There is a big reason behind this. The total population of Canada is 38 million. Of these, the population of the Sikh community is only five lakhs. But despite this, 18 out of 338 MPs in the Parliament of Canada are from Sikhism.