A list of 28 gangsters who are all from Punjab and are currently living abroad was published today by the National Investigation Agency (NIA). The list contradicts Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann's assertion that Goldy Brar, a gangster who appears on the list, has been arrested in the US. During thThe list has all the gangsters who have fled the country and are seeking refuge in countries like the USA, Canada, UAE and even Pakistan.
According to the agencies, these gangsters have been operating an organised crime network from foreign lands through cross-border terror and funding. Among the various crimes for which they are wanted in India include murder and extortion.
Topping the list is Satinderjit Singh alias Goldy Brar who along with Lawrence Bishnoi is believed to have masterminded the killing of Punjabi singer Siddhu Moosewala last year. Brar is believed to be hiding in the USA.Another gangster featured in the list is Anmol Bishnoi alias Bhanu who has been charge sheeted for criminal conspiracy to unleash a wave of terror by targeting well-known social and religious leaders and personalities. He too, is believed to be hiding in the USA. According to reports, Bishnoi has close links with pro-Khalistan elements.e Gujarat elections, he had stated, "We would soon bring him back to India."
Moosewala murder suspect Sachin Thapan, Gurjant Singh alias Janta, and Romi Hong Kong are among the other infamous gangsters. As part of its campaign against narco-terrorism, targeted killings, extortion, abduction, and other criminal and terrorist crimes, the NIA raided the residence of Gaurav Patyal, alias Lucky Patyal, a resident of Khuda Lahora, who is listed among the list's criminals. Patyal previously belonged to Dharminder Grewal Gugni, also referred to as the Gugni gang.
According to the Punjab Police, Shaurya Chakra Awardee Balwinder Singh, a resident of Bhikhiwind in Tarn Taran, was murdered by criminal Sukh Bakhariwal's associate Supreet Singh alias Harry Chatha. 15 killings in border regions are attributable to the Bhakhariwal gang. The Delhi police's operation cell detained Sukh Bakhariwal in Dubai. He is currently incarcerated in Tihar.
A day after criticising western nations for failing to provide adequate security to Indian diplomatic missions and consulates, the Indian Ministry of Home Affairs has released a list of those locations. Jaishankar made reference to the event in which Khalistani radicals tore down the Indian flag at the Indian High Commission in London while declaring that India will not tolerate such acts of violence.
Below is a complete list of Indian criminals who are currently living overseas, along with the nations that are housing them:
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