Another Khalistani sympathizer killed in Canada

Amaravati: Another Khalistani sympathizer was killed in Canada amid ongoing diplomatic tensions between India and Canada over the Khalistani issue. Intelligence sources revealed that Sukhdol Singh alias Sukha Duneke was killed in an attack on Wednesday night in Winnipeg, Canada. So far no clear statement has been received from the authorities on this matter. The Lawrence Bishnoi gang announced on social media that this murder was their work. The murdered Sukha Duneke was identified as a person from Mogha district in Punjab. In 2017, Sukha Duneke fled to Canada with fake certificates.

It is reported that Sukh Dol has joined gangster Arshadeep Singh’s gang in Canada and is working as a key player in the Khalistani movement. It is worth noting that such an incident has taken place in the background of the dispute between India and Canada in the case of Hardeep Singh Nijjar’s murder. Khalistan Tiger Force chief Nijjar was shot dead by assailants in a Gurdwara in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada in June this year. On this matter, Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau, while speaking in their Parliament, made controversial comments saying that it is suspected that the murder was done by Indian officials. After these comments, the dispute between India and Canada is getting worse day by day.
In this context, India has taken a key decision regarding Canada. India has decided not to grant visas to Canadian citizens coming to India. The Indian High Commission in Canada announced that this decision was taken due to administrative reasons. This decision came into effect from Thursday. At the same time, Prime Minister Modi organized a high-level meeting to discuss the Canada issue.

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