Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Indian-origin gangster and friend found dead in Canada

  • The report indicated that both males had received several gunshot wounds. 

  • Vancouver Police Chief Adam Palmer stated, “The photographs that we present today represent those who pose substantial public safety hazards here in the City of Vancouver.”

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Canada’s well-known ski resort of Whistler Village, recently saw two people of Indian descent being shot dead on Sunday (local time). They included Brothers Keepers mobster Meninder Dhaliwal, reported VoI.

The Vancouver Sun reported that while Dhaliwal passed away, his companion Satinder Gill, who was not a gang member, passed away from his wounds in a nearby hospital.

According to the authorities, the incident could be connected with the current gang conflict in the Lower Mainland

The report indicated that both males had received several gunshot wounds.  Vancouver Police Chief Adam Palmer stated, “The photographs that we present today represent those who pose substantial public safety hazards here in the City of Vancouver.”

According to the reports, the ski resort of Whistler was on lockdown due to the incident. On April 17, 2021, in Coal Harbour, the 29-year-old Dhaliwal’s elder brother Harb was fatally shot. According to the authorities, the incident could be connected with the current gang conflict in the Lower Mainland.

“The Sea-to-Sky RCMP were able to find and detain several suspects because of the dynamic response and quick evidence gathering by the police. Due to the fast action of the Sea-to-Sky RCMP members, there is no future risk to the public. Even though this was a blatant daytime shooting in a populated community,” said Officer Timothy.

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Gyanendra
(Gyanendra has been teaching and writing for the last 15 years. His passion for teaching keeps him engaged. He keeps a keen interest in Sports and Current Affairs.)

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