gangs from Canada? Police List 9 People Of Indian Descent In Rogues Gallery Of 11

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By CNBCTV18.com IST (Released)

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Police authorities in the Canadian province of British Columbia have issued a public safety warning while posting the most wanted list on Twitter. With the recent murder of Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewalla, attention has turned to gangs in Canada led by PIOs.

Police authorities in the Canadian province of British Columbia have released a list of 11 most wanted gangsters, who pose a significant threat to the public. Notably, nine of the 11 appear to be People of Indian Origin (PIO). The Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of British Columbia (CFSEU-BC), in partnership with Vancouver Police and British Columbia Royal Canadian Mounted Police, issued the warning Aug. 4, stating the men were linked to “extreme levels of violence”.

“A public safety warning has been issued in partnership with the Vancouver Police Department, BCRCMP (British Columbia Royal Canadian Mounted Police) identifying 11 individuals who pose a significant threat to public safety due to their ongoing involvement in conflict gangs and their connection to extreme levels of violence,” CFSEU-BC said in Tweet.

The list was released by Canadian police following the murder of two people in Vancouver during gang wars.

Shakiel Basra (28), Amarpreet Samra (28), Jagdeep Cheema (30), Ravnder Sarma (35) Barinder Dhaliwal (39) Andy St. Pierre (40) Gurpreet Dhaliwal (35) Richard Joseph Whitlock (40), Amroop Gill ( 29), Sukhdeep Pansal (33) and Sumdish Gill (28) were named by the police, with the warning that anyone close to these individuals would put themselves at risk of violence due to the ongoing gang clashes .

British Columbia’s UMECO believe the men could be targeted by rival gangs and also put their friends and family at risk. “It’s highly likely that a rival gangster is targeting them with violence,” UMECO deputy commander Manny Mann said, according to CTV News.

“We are equally concerned and frustrated to have to come before you again to address a series of recent events related to drug trafficking and gang violence,” added Will Ng, Deputy Commander of the Colombia RCMP. -British.

This is the second time Canadian law enforcement has warned the public to stay away from certain people. The warning comes just weeks after Meninder Dhaliwal, who was on last year’s most wanted list, was shot dead. Dhaliwal’s brother, Harpreet, was also shot dead last year. Another brother, Gurpreet, is on this year’s list.

With the recent murder of Punjabi artist Sidhu Moosewalla, attention has turned to gangs in Canada led by PIOs. Goldy Brar, the mastermind behind the Moosewala murder, is believed to be in Canada at this time.

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