Punjab gangster Sukha Duneke shot dead in Canada
Punjab gangster Sukhdool Singh aka Sukha Duneke was killed in an inter-gang rivalry in Canada's Winnipeg on Wednesday night
New-Delhi: Punjab gangster Sukhdool Singh aka Sukha Duneke was killed in an inter-gang rivalry in Canada’s Winnipeg on Wednesday night.
Sukhdool Singh, alias Duneke, was part of Khalistan movement in Canada.
The gangster had allegedly fled to Canada from India in 2017 using fake documents and has at least seven criminal cases registered against him.
Duneke, an associate of the Devinder Bambiha Gang in Punjab, escaped to Canada in 2017 on forged documents.
On Wednesday, his name figured among the list of 43 gangsters released by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) which sought information about his illegal properties.
His murder on Wednesday night is similar to the killing of terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar in inter-gang warfare in Surrey in June.
The NIA released two lists of 54 individuals with their photographs who are wanted in the investigation of two cases, registered last year, to dismantle terror-gangster networks in the country. The lists, one naming 11 persons and the other 43 persons, were shared by the NIA on its official account on X.