Khalistani connection exposed in the murder of Sudhir Suri, Canadian gangster took responsibility for the murder

Pankaj Prasad
Sudhir Suri Murder
Sudhir Suri Murder

After the murder of Sudhir Suri, huge protests are going on in Punjab.

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Shiv Sena leader Sudhir Suri was murdered in broad daylight in Amritsar on Friday. Now news of Khalistani connection is coming in this matter. Notorious Canadian gangster Lakhbir Landa has claimed responsibility for Suri's murder. There is such news, Landa has links with Khalistani terrorists. This is not the first case when the Khalistani connection has come out in the murder case in Punjab. Even before this, Khalistani connection had come to the fore in the murder of Sidhu Musewala.

Amritpal Singh Khalsa was placed under house arrest

After the murder of Sudhir Suri, huge protests are going on in Punjab. However, in view of the protests, heavy security has been increased in Punjab. Here there is news that Sikh leader Amritpal Singh Khalsa has been placed under house arrest. The BJP had also launched a big attack on the Aam Aadmi Party government of Punjab after Suri's assassination and made serious allegations. The BJP said, the general government of Punjab has given a free hand to the radical preacher Amritpal Singh.

Suri had been raising his voice against Sikh fundamentalists

Shiv Sena leader Sudhir Suri is said to have been the target of many gangsters for a long time and the government had provided him security along with eight Punjab Police personnel. Suri had been raising his voice against Sikh fundamentalists and had been involved in controversies in the past. About two years ago, Punjab Police arrested Suri from Indore in Madhya Pradesh over an objectionable video clip.

This is how Suri was killed

Shiv Sena (Taksali) leader Sudhir Suri was shot dead on Friday in Amritsar, Punjab. The incident took place outside Gopal Mandir on Majitha Road, one of the busiest areas of the city, where Suri was sitting on a dharna along with others. He along with his comrades were staging a sit-in outside the temple after some fragmented idols were found on the roadside. Suri Gopal was opposing the management of the temple. According to the police, more than five bullets were fired at Suri and she was taken to the hospital where she died. The accused Sandeep Singh has been arrested and the weapon used in the crime has also been confiscated. After the court appearance, the accused has been sent on remand for 7 days.