After the notorious gangster Sukhduul Singh, also known as Sukkha Duneke, was murdered in Canada, the punjab police have issued a red alert across the entire city. Additionally, extra vigilance is being maintained to prevent any gang-related violence. Special checkpoints have been set up in all districts, and the police are closely monitoring suspicious locations and individuals.
On September 26th, there is a meeting in Amritsar with India’s Home Minister Amit Shah, and on Friday, a cricket match between Australia and India is scheduled in Mohali. Players from both countries have already arrived in Mohali. Punjab’s Special DGP, Arpit Shukla, personally assessed the situation during his visit to Mohali. He held discussions with local authorities, and stringent security arrangements have been put in place at the stadium.
Canada Fleeing for Sukhha Duneke in 2017
Sukhduul Singh, a gangster from Punjab, was fatally shot in Winnipeg, Canada. Prior to this, in June, terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar was killed by unidentified individuals in British Columbia. Sukkha was facing charges in 15 to 16 cases and was closely associated with gangster Arsh Dalla. He was an active member of the Davinder Bambiha gang.
Sukhha Duneke had connections with gangsters such as Arsh Dalla, Lucky Patiala, Malaysia-based gangster Jaikapal Singh, alias Lali, and other criminals. He was accused of orchestrating terrorist attacks, extortion, and target killings. He hailed from Duneke Kalan village in Moga district, Punjab, and had obtained a passport using fraudulent documents to flee to Canada in December 2017.