Lawrence Bishnoi took responsibility for the murder of Khalistani terrorist Sukhdul Singh

New Delhi: Jailed gangster Lawrence Bishnoi on Thursday claimed responsibility for the murder of Khalistani terrorist Sukhdool Singh in Canada. Sukhdul alias Sukhu was killed in inter-gang violence in Canada on Wednesday night. He was part of the Khalistan movement in Canada.

Jailed gangster Lawrence Bishnoi has claimed responsibility for the murder of Khalistani terrorist Sukhdul Singh in Canada.

In a Facebook post, Bishnoi gang said that Sukhu had played an important role in the murder of Gurlal Brar and Vicky Middukheda. According to a report published by NDTV, the gang called Duneke a ‘drug addict’ who was punished for his sins.

The gang further warned that their enemies would not be able to survive in India or any other country, the report said.

Duneke fled India to Canada on forged documents in 2017 and has seven criminal cases registered against him.

Sukhu’s killing comes a day after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told the country’s Parliament that there were “credible allegations” linking the Indian government to the killing of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a prominent pro-Khalistan leader in Canada in June this year. , Trudeau’s speech sparked immediate controversy as India rejected the allegations as “baseless” and “motivated” and expelled a senior Canadian diplomat in a tit-for-tat action.

Major powers of the world also joined this dispute. “All countries must respect sovereignty and the rule of law. British Foreign Secretary James Cleverley said, “We are in regular contact with our Canadian partners about the serious allegations raised in the Canadian Parliament.” Australian Foreign Minister Penny Wong also gave a similar tone and said that the investigation is ongoing.

US Ambassador to India Eric Garcetti called on close allies to cooperate with the investigation and called for those responsible to be held accountable. Garcetti also said it was premature for the US to consider playing a role in calming tensions between the two countries.