In collaboration with the Vancouver Police and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), the anti-gang agency Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit, British Columbia (CFSEU-BC) has identified 11 people as a serious threat to public due to their continued involvement in gang wars and links to extremely violent activity. Shockingly, nine of them are of Punjabi origin.
The agency issued a warning to the public not to approach them, alleging that they are connected to a series of murders and shootings in the province of British Columbia. Several gang wars in Canada have been attributed to people of Punjabi origin. The numerous murders—including that of Ripudaman Singh Malik in Surrey on July 14—are being investigated.
A tweet posted by CFSEU-BC, along with the list of those 11, on its official handle, reads:
“A public safety warning has been issuing in partnership with @VancouverPD @BCRCMP identifying 11 individuals who pose a significant threat to public safety due to their ongoing involvement in gang conflicts and connection to extreme levels of violence #endganglife”
It has been discovered that Satvinder Singh alias gangster Goldy Brar, a Canadian citizen, premeditated the murder of renowned Punjabi singer Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu alias Sidhu Moose Wala on May 29. Sidhu Moose Wala’s murder was a big shock for his fans all across the globe, causing fear amongst the people not only in Punjab but in Canada too, moreover when Goldy Brar’s name came into the picture.
Referring to those 11 people, CFSEU stated that it was very probable a rival gangster would violently target them and that they posed a threat to even their relatives and family members. This is CFSEU’s second list of this nature in over a year.