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Canadian security agency releases list of 11 feared gangsters; No mention of Goldy Brar and Lakhbir Singh

British Columbia’s Combined Forces Special Law Enforcement Unit has issued a public safety warning regarding growing concern over issues relating to the growing number of gangster activities in Canada.

The list of gangsters includes 11 names with 9 Punjabis and are believed to have been associated with the Lower Mainland gang war. People have been called upon to ensure their safety against these feared gangsters.

However, the list does not find the names of Goldy Brar, who orchestrated the murder of Punjabi star Sidhu Moose Wala, and Lakhbir Singh who launched an attack on Mohali’s intelligence unit and is associated with several other activities. criminals in the state.

The public safety warning issued by the Canadian Authority read: “Public warning issued due to the significant threat to the public posed by a number of individuals involved in the Lower Mainland gang conflict and their ongoing connection to violence.”

The list released by the British Columbia Law Enforcement Unit finds the names of Jagdeep Cheema, Barinder Dhaliwal, Gurpreet Dhaliwal, Samroop Gill, Sumdish Gill, Sukhdeep Pansal, Amanpreet Samra, Ravinder Samra and Shakeel Basra. Besides these men, the list also finds Richard Joseph and Andy St Pierre there.

When releasing the list of these feared gangsters, the authority informed that these criminals are not just limited to the Lower Mainland. They have broadened their horizons throughout the region and are behind several criminal activities.

Canadian police said they were taking all possible measures to ensure public safety. The police watched them. Police have been called in to ensure personal safety while issuing these warnings. The public warning further stresses “that anyone with or near these people may put themselves in danger”.