Intelligence reports from Canada have suggested that Sukhdool Singh, also known as Sukha Duneke, a member of the Davinder Bambiha gang from Moga district, Punjab, has allegedly been killed in a case of inter-gang rivalry. Although unconfirmed, reports indicate that the incident took place in Winnipeg, Canada. This development mirrors the killing of terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, who fell victim to inter-gang warfare in Surrey on June 19, with assailants firing approximately 15 bullets into Nijjar.
Duneke had reportedly fled to Canada from India in 2017, using forged documents, and had seven criminal cases registered against him. His alleged involvement in criminal activities in Punjab and neighboring states had earned him a spot on the list of most wanted criminals.
Notably, there are currently 29 gangsters from the Punjab region and beyond seeking refuge outside India to evade legal authorities. These individuals left India using various methods, including Indian passports, fake-forged travel documents, or the Nepal route. Canada is prominently featured among the countries offering shelter to these fugitives, despite accusations against India regarding the political assassination of Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF) member Hardeep Singh Nijjar, which lacks substantial evidence.
Here is a list of gangsters sheltered in various countries:
Arshdeep Singh aka Arsh Dala from Moga
Charnjeet Singh aka Rinku Bihla from Barnala
Gurpinder Singh aka Babu Dala from Ludhiana
Lakhbir Singh aka Landa from Tarn Taran
Ramandeep Singh aka Raman Judge from Ferozepur
Satveer Singh Warring aka Sam from Fazilika
Snover Dhillion from Amritsar
Sukhdool Singh aka Sukha Diuneka from Moga (allegedly murdered)
Amrit Bal from Kapurthala
Anmol Bishnoi from Fazilika
Darmanjit Singh from Amritsar
Gaurav Patyal from Chandigarh
Gurjant Singh from Tarn Taran
Harjot Singh from Abohar
Karanvir Singh from Ludhiana
Kinderbir Singh from Tarn Tarn
Rakjesh Kumar from SBS Nagar
Rashpal Singh from Tarn Taran
Satinderjit Singh aka Goldy Brar from Mukhtsar Sahib
Gurjant Singh aka Janta from Fatehgarh Sahib
Gagandeep Singh from Ludhiana
Harvinder Singh Sandhu aka Rinda from Nanded
Jackpal Singh aka Lali Dhaliwal from Moga
Jagjeet Singh from Ludhiana
Kuldeep Singh from SBS Nagar
Ramanjit Singh from Bhatinda
Rohit Godara from Bikaner, Rajasthan
Sandeep Grewal from Ludhiana
Supreet Singh from Batala
Duneke was allegedly involved in aiding, funding, and strengthening the Davinder Bambiha gang in Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, and Rajasthan. Additionally, he was inclined towards pro-Khalistan outfits but primarily engaged in extortion calls and contract killings. Over 20 criminal cases, including murder and other heinous crimes, were registered against him in Punjab and neighboring states.
This development highlights the challenges faced by authorities in curbing the activities of these gangsters operating across international borders.