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On 10/17/2020 at 5:42 AM, Singhkhalsa19842020 said:

At the time there was alot of stuff going on with them. We didnt want to jump in the middle of it. Most of those black gangs were not very organized. And the bikers were too loud. I didnt trust them personally.

First of all, well done for getting out of the life. You are doing the right thing, and setting an example for your children. That is a great thing, and more of our community here needs to make an effort like you have. Unfortunately due to the culture, movies/media and music these youngsters are heavily and easily influenced to take part in this lifestyle. The truth is most of them will end up dead/in jail due to lack of connections and having no clue what they are getting involved in. All these movies make this lifestyle look cool and easy, but it is far from that. I have been also trying to live on a good path that is why I am here also. Learning as much as I can and trying to become a better person in life. 

-- let me just comment on this to give everyone here a better perspective on things and how deep and complicated this all is..

No offense but most of the guys from Surrey in general are very unorganized and lack solid connections. They end up dealing with 3rd parties for products who are very far "down the line". Most of those small Surrey crews like you describe are considered at the bottom of the barrel. Other than the Brothers Keepers who are semi organized.. like someone said earlier in this thread they have made efforts to expand into Kelowna and elsewhere. They are stepping on a lot of toes and probably wont last that long due to their hot hotheadedness, internal fighting, flashy lifestyles and lack of respect. The real "higher up" and well connected Punjabi gangsters mostly reside in Richmond and Vancouver. 

I have been around a long long time, and have associates who have been "in the game" since the early 90s. Most of the "big timers" do direct business with the Bikers (HA), because the HA has market share throughout most of Canada on Cocaine and Marijuana. The HA control the ports of Vancouver and that is how most of the Coke gets into the city. Direct off the boat from South American producers/family cartel organizations. The HA are able to set the lowest prices in the city for the kilo due to this. Whereas Chinese gangs and others have to go through California and pay a high premium (from Cali Mexican Cartels, who are also paying a premium from Domestic Mexican Cartels who are in turn getting it from South Americans) for it. You can see now how far down the line those low level groups are when you understand this. VS. the HA who have direct access to shipments coming in from South America to the ports via well established connections with families in South America who produce the stuff. 

Some of the Chinese and surrey guys have at times tried to cross the California Mexican Cartels by going straight to Mexico, in an effort to get cheaper prices and compete with HA on some level and all of them have ended up dead (articles will be posted below) usually while they are in Mexico trying to negotiate deals. Not to mention these low level groups take a bigger risk smuggling across the US/CAN borders, after organizing deals in California.

RCMP has known all this for years regarding biker monopoly and control over the ports and has not been able to do anything for various reasons. High level corruption and lack of oversight. The HA control the longshoreman union (ILWU Local 502). If you want to become a longshoreman at the ports in Vancouver, you will be going through the HA.  Not everyone in the longshore is doing business with them, there are a ton of Punjabi there and regular folks in general just making an "honest dollar" but the people who run the union are all HA. 

My friends never dealt with Black gangs though I can attest to that ( there has been an influx lately from out of town blacks trying to set up in BC over the past 10 years) From California, Seattle and trying to get a slice of the pie by bringing in their family from Nigeria and Somalia to do the dirty work. Never dealt with them because of their flash and lifestyle. Most of them are not very good businessmen and prone to quick thoughtless violence. 

Also never dealt with Chinese, and most of the high level Chinese gangs don't like Punjabis at all. They look down on us. They don't have access to the Bikers product and have to resort to smuggling over the border also just like low level Punjabi trucker gangs in Surrey. This is why many low levels groups out in Surrey work with Chinese. HA keeps tight circles, you must either be in longshore for years and know some as friends or be introduced by family. There are a ton of Surrey guys at longshore and they dont have any access because they are not tight with those circles. Most of the Punjabis in those HA circles are from Richmond/Vancouver and have a long history with them from prior family members etc.

However the HA are not racists like the media puts them out to be. Most of them are some of the nicest folks youll ever meet, just dont get on their bad side and cross them. If you do straight up business with them and dont cross them you will be ok most of the time. Unfortunately they have a lot of enemies and chances are you could end up dead as a result of getting involved with them. An example is Suminder Grewal who happened to be a Surrey guy and was the first fully patched HA member. (https://vancouversun.com/news/crime/notorious-biker-gang-opens-new-hells-angels-chapter-in-lower-mainland) Unfortunatly only two years after being patched in he was killed in broad daylight last year at Starbucks while sitting in his Dodge Viper in the drive through. The murder was connected to local Chinese who hired some out of town kids to do the job for them (https://vancouversun.com/news/crime/suspects-named-in-south-surrey-homicide-of-hells-angel) the kids are in custody now after being caught and charged for this murder. The Chinese were very threatened by the fact a Punjabi was doing business with HA and got patched in as a member (HA would never patch in a Chinese member. They get along with us much better and understand our culture) and really could not stomach the fact they were losing power in the lower mainland due to this. After that Vancouver Sun article went out, Suminder had a target on his back.

Suminder had began to make an effort to make peace between the Brothers Keepers and the HA (prior to Suminder, they did not get along or speak at all). Also tried to set them up as "runners" for their product because he had access to better cheaper product from the HA lines and they had a large clientele base in Surrey. Things were looking good for both sides at one point. No more beef between Brothers Keepers and HA, and Suminder could move the HA product at a faster rate. Prior to Suminder the Brothers Keepers had to smuggle over the border via their trucking businesses (many BK are involved in trucking industry and have family members making trips across the border frequently anyway) or deal with Chinese who also smuggle product over. By killing Suminder, Brothers Keepers only link to the HA was severed. They now have to resort to getting product from Chinese who are also smuggling and paying a premium again or smuggle themselves and sell what they can to Chinese gangs. Chinese gangs are using most of these low level Punjabi Crews in Surrey as pawns to be honest. I wouldnt trust them one bit. Chinese would never bring a Punjabi into their crew, only do business thats it. They don't work together because they like each other, they work together because they have no choice.  Also most of these guys who try to smuggle across the border get caught at one point or another and its much much higher risk than dealing with HA. 

So this is where we are today. Suminder dead, BK and HA not speaking again. BK is falling apart... many of their leaders have already been killed off due to their own internal fighting and nonsense. Like I was saying earlier, these younger guys from Surrey wont last in the game and they are usually the ones who are dying because of the lack of organization and connections. 

Suminder getting killed was a big deal, a full patch HA has not been killed in BC like this ever. Someone was sending a message.

Bottom line from what I have learned it is best to stay as legitimate as possible and not involve yourself or family in these things. The drug game is brutal. There are so many variables that could have massive repercussions on you and your family. I know so many who have died over the past 20 years, its really sickening to think about. 

 

Suminders Funeral took place at Riverside Funeral home ( a place ran by Punjabis, where my grandfather had his service and many other of my family members)... It was a large funeral with many HA present. 

https://vancouversun.com/news/crime/hells-angels-pay-respects-to-slain-biker-suminder-grewal 

 

Brothers keepers founder Gavin Grewal killed: 

https://www.abbynews.com/news/man-killed-in-north-vancouver-had-strong-links-to-abbotsford-gang-activity/

https://vancouversun.com/news/staff-blogs/real-scoop-guilty-pleas-in-brothers-keepers-gang-attack#:~:text=Two days after Brothers Keepers,to battle on Vancouver streets.&text=The attack was part of,to be an inside job.

Shortly after he was killed his brother was also killed:

https://vancouversun.com/news/local-news/murder-victim-brother-of-gang-boss-slain-last-december

Example of low level Punjabi gangs going to Mexico to cut deals behind California Mexican Cartels back:

https://vancouversun.com/news/crime/former-vancouver-gangster-murdered-in-mexico-after-brothers-killed-in-b-c

https://vancouversun.com/news/crime/another-b-c-gangster-shot-to-death-in-mexico

Hells Angels control the ports:

https://nationalpost.com/news/metro-vancouver-docks-special-investigation-768024

http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Crime+Waterfront+When+Hells+Angel+nominates+another+Hells+Angel/11050005/story.html

https://www.vice.com/en/article/bn3vnq/how-the-hells-angels-conquered-canada

 

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19 hours ago, Singhkhalsa19842020 said:

Thank you for replying. Its nice we can turn to the Sat sangat for support and still stay anonymous. This site is helping our kaum. Its hard to talk about my personal life with sangat at the gurdwara. I feel comfortable staying anonymous. Gupt Sangat has provided that for me and probably many others. 

Sat Sangat is Guru panth. Reading all the advice from this forum from you and many others to me is the support I needed and I'm glad I can turn to the Guru panth in this time of need. 

Thank you sister. 

I will look into a vegetarian diet soon. I think I need to hire a dietitian this time to avoid nutrient deficiency. 

Like I said before the vegan diet ruined my health. Maybe I did it wrong. Its actually very complicated. Hard to get the nutrients you need to stay healthy. I thought eggs were vegetarian since the non fertilize eggs sold in farms and markets have no life. Anyways that something I need to look more into. As long as the animal is treated the humane way, I don't mind drinking milk of a cow or eating eggs of a chicken. That way I think I can meet my nutriention requirements and stay vegetarian. 

Thanks for all your help. 

Waheguru ji ka khalsa 

Waheguru ji ke fateh

Yes... we are glad to have this Sangat's support here :)

You are doing great veer ji..Keep it up :)

 

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1 hour ago, KingJohal said:

First of all, well done for getting out of the life. You are doing the right thing, and setting an example for your children.

Thank you veer ji. 

Rab rakha 

Waheguru ji ka khalsa 

Waheguru ji ke fateh

 

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On 10/17/2020 at 5:59 PM, Singhkhalsa19842020 said:

 im either a Punjabi gangster mona, or trying to be that perfect Saint amritdhari lol. I need to find a balance. 

Do you know how to read Gurmukhi? If not, definitely jump on that as a top priority. That way you can access Guru ji directly regardless of all your flaws. You got to be careful of that vacillation between a 'street life' and dharam though.

You learn things in the former that can help you in the latter; BUT you learn things in latter that can help you survive the former. Hope that makes sense. 

It's a tough battle but your dharam may be the one pure thing in your life - be careful of corrupting it. Because if that goes - you'll feel like a proper empty vessel. Connect directly to your padshah and don't let people try and manipulate that relationship. You're going to slowly become a scholar seeking sach. 

Keep your moral compass strong and compassionate. It's tough as hell sometimes. (And if you're real) Think about all the people you knew that didn't make it (and I bet a few of them were a lot tougher than you) - and consider the fact that you have survived thus far.  Be grateful to Waheguru.   

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4 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

Do you know how to read Gurmukhi? If not, definitely jump on that as a top priority. That way you can access Guru ji directly regardless of all your flaws. You got to be careful of that vacillation between a 'street life' and dharam though.

You learn things in the former that can help you in the latter; BUT you learn things in latter that can help you survive the former. Hope that makes sense. 

It's a tough battle but your dharam may be the one pure thing in your life - be careful of corrupting it. Because if that goes - you'll feel like a proper empty vessel. Connect directly to your padshah and don't let people try and manipulate that relationship. You're going to slowly become a scholar seeking sach. 

Keep your moral compass strong and compassionate. It's tough as hell sometimes. (And if you're real) Think about all the people you knew that didn't make it (and I bet a few of them were a lot tougher than you) - and consider the fact that you have survived thus far.  Be grateful to Waheguru.   

Thank you for messaging Dally singh. Yes you are absolutely right, agree with you 100%. 

Yes I do know Gurmukhi how to read it. But I don't understand the meaning yet. 

I'm relying on videos posted by Bhai jagraj singh from basics of sikhi to help me. 

The translations are not always correct 

I am very much grateful. I decided to remain a Gursikh. I feel great I have the spark light up within me again. Started doing nitnem, and some more Chaupai Sahib paat. Asking Guru ji to help me stay grounded. Keep me in sikhi. And to never fall of this path. 

Yes I agree and it does make sense. Learning things in the former and latter and applying it moving forward. We all learn from our mistakes I suppose. 

No I guess I'm not tough at all lol. This proves it if I was questioning to remain a gursikh or not. Horrible I feel soo low for even thinking it. But wahegurus kirpa, I'm back and pray this never happens to me again. 

Yes for sure there were people tougher than me. At the time I use to like to think I was tough. Toughness is defined as the ability to deal with hardship or to cope in difficult situations. I did not cope well to the situation back in those days. The drugs were not helping. 

I suppose anyone who gets caught or killed didn't cope well. 

Even if those lucky ones who think they got away with it, they will have to answer to Waheguru. 

Perhaps I will too. I must try harder to make it right. 

I'm currently helping young teens. Bringing awareness about drugs and using my life as a living example. 

I've tried to help a few. Usually the older siblings or families invite me to their house to speak with them. Some of them talk to me on the regular. Just about sports or anything else. Some I go to the gym with or play ball with. Trying to be a friend and stay close so they don't get stuck in the bad sangat. 

I'm open to helping older people too but right now its only the parents who are reaching out.

Trying to make it right and hope others don't make the same mistake I did. 

Trying not to sound selfish...

But sometimes I feel like this helps me redeem myself. A road to redemption. 

Anyways thanks for messaging 

Waheguru ji ka khalsa 

Waheguru ji ke fateh

 

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4 hours ago, Redoptics said:

Interesting story, but why do you think you are a Gursikh? Taking amrit doesn't magically turn you into a Gursikh.

 I guess we were misinformed by our panj pyaarr at our amrit sanchaar. Thanks for your input though. Some would not agree with your opinion. Some might. But its just that, your opinion . And I'm glad your here to share it with us. 

According to Bhai jagraj singh  anyone who gives there head and takes amrit is now guru da sikh. (A gursikh). He once said, "if your not gurus sikh then who's sikh are you?"

Something to think about perhaps

And I'm glad you found my journey interesting. I didn't mean to share it as a story. Just what I'm going thru. 

And in order to tell the sangat about my current situation its best they know my past. 

Thank you for your message. 

I appreciate your time. 

Good night 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Singhkhalsa19842020 said:

 I guess we were misinformed by our panj pyaarr at our amrit sanchaar. Thanks for input 

According to bhai jagraj singh anyone who gives there head and takes amrit is now guru da sikh. (A gursikh). He once said, "if your not gurus sikh then who's sikh are you?"

Something to think about perhaps

And I'm glad you found my journey interesting. I didn't mean to share it as a story. Just what I'm going thru. 

And in order to tell the sangat about my current situation its best they know my past. 

Thank you for your message. 

I appreciate your time. 

Good night 

 

 

So you take amrit and you are on Baba Deep Singhs level, ohh btw a true Gursikh doesn't refer to themselves as  a Gursikh because at that point your ego has totally gone.

Also it is said 1 in a million is a Gursikh, seems to me there are a lot of Gursikhs around these days.

 

 

 

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15 minutes ago, Redoptics said:

So you take amrit and you are on Baba Deep Singhs level, ohh btw a true Gursikh doesn't refer to themselves as  a Gursikh because at that point your ego has totally gone.

Also it is said 1 in a million is a Gursikh, seems to me there are a lot of Gursikhs around these days.

 

 

 

An Amritdhari is a Sikh who has taken Amrit and is initiated into the Khalsa. A GurSikh is a Sikh of the Guru, and is all ways Amritdhari. All GurSikhs are Amritdhari, but not all Amritdhari are GurSikh, because some "Amritdhari" Sikhs might have taken Amrit but don't follow it. All Sikhs should constantly strive to take Amrit and become true Sikhs of the Guru.

The terms Gursikh and Amritdhari are usually used to refer to the same thing and can be interchangeable.

I was a gursikh when I followed it. I fell off for a bit...remained Amritdhari and now am currently on my way to be a Gursikh again. 

Baba deep singh ji is much more than a Gursikh he is a Maha purak 

You need to get your definition straight brother. 

"If your not Guru da sikh (gursikh), then who sikh are you? " 

I came here for support. And I got that. If you have any words to give your support please do so. 

BTW its not ego. Im grateful ... I repeatedly said I was low. Anyone with ego wouldn't say that. 

Please....

I do not want to comment on other things 

This is a topic for another thread my brother 

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43 minutes ago, Singhkhalsa19842020 said:

An Amritdhari is a Sikh who has taken Amrit and is initiated into the Khalsa. A GurSikh is a Sikh of the Guru, and is all ways Amritdhari. All GurSikhs are Amritdhari, but not all Amritdhari are GurSikh, because some "Amritdhari" Sikhs might have taken Amrit but don't follow it. All Sikhs should constantly strive to take Amrit and become true Sikhs of the Guru....

Fair enough,  but 'Gursikh' is used way too much these days 

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4 hours ago, Redoptics said:

Fair enough,  but 'Gursikh' is used way too much these days 

Yes maybe your right. And now that I think of it it does kind of sound odd if I refer to my selfbas a gursikh lol thanks for saying something. I'm still new to the path every bit of advice helps. 

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5 hours ago, Redoptics said:

Fair enough,  but 'Gursikh' is used way too much these days 

you are absolutely right.

I especially see some jathas appropriate their members as gursikhs in order to take their behaviour and views as almost-perfect! Such a shame!

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2 hours ago, Singhkhalsa19842020 said:

Yes maybe your right. And now that I think of it it does kind of sound odd if I refer to my selfbas a gursikh lol thanks for saying something. I'm still new to the path every bit of advice helps. 

The only reason I brought it up, is because you are putting pressure on yourself rather than taking your time to do you nitnem, and learning and growing into a Gursikh if you put 100 %, anyway maybe you are correct and we need a thread for this.

Keep your mind straight, keep faith in Waheguru Ji.

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On 10/20/2020 at 10:19 AM, KingJohal said:

First of all, well done for getting out of the life. You are doing the right thing, and setting an example for your children. That is a great thing, and more of our community here needs to make an effort like you have. Unfortunately due to the culture, movies/media and music these youngsters are heavily and easily influenced to take part in this lifestyle. The truth is most of them will end up dead/in jail due to lack of connections and having no clue what they are getting involved in. All these movies make this lifestyle look cool and easy, but it is far from that. I have been also trying to live on a good path that is why I am here also. Learning as much as I can and trying to become a better person in life. 

-- let me just comment on this to give everyone here a better perspective on things and how deep and complicated this all is..

No offense but most of the guys from Surrey in general are very unorganized and lack solid connections. They end up dealing with 3rd parties for products who are very far "down the line". Most of those small Surrey crews like you describe are considered at the bottom of the barrel. Other than the Brothers Keepers who are semi organized.. like someone said earlier in this thread they have made efforts to expand into Kelowna and elsewhere. They are stepping on a lot of toes and probably wont last that long due to their hot hotheadedness, internal fighting, flashy lifestyles and lack of respect. The real "higher up" and well connected Punjabi gangsters mostly reside in Richmond and Vancouver. 

I have been around a long long time, and have associates who have been "in the game" since the early 90s. Most of the "big timers" do direct business with the Bikers (HA), because the HA has market share throughout most of Canada on Cocaine and Marijuana. The HA control the ports of Vancouver and that is how most of the Coke gets into the city. Direct off the boat from South American producers/family cartel organizations. The HA are able to set the lowest prices in the city for the kilo due to this. Whereas Chinese gangs and others have to go through California and pay a high premium (from Cali Mexican Cartels, who are also paying a premium from Domestic Mexican Cartels who are in turn getting it from South Americans) for it. You can see now how far down the line those low level groups are when you understand this. VS. the HA who have direct access to shipments coming in from South America to the ports via well established connections with families in South America who produce the stuff. 

Some of the Chinese and surrey guys have at times tried to cross the California Mexican Cartels by going straight to Mexico, in an effort to get cheaper prices and compete with HA on some level and all of them have ended up dead (articles will be posted below) usually while they are in Mexico trying to negotiate deals. Not to mention these low level groups take a bigger risk smuggling across the US/CAN borders, after organizing deals in California.

RCMP has known all this for years regarding biker monopoly and control over the ports and has not been able to do anything for various reasons. High level corruption and lack of oversight. The HA control the longshoreman union (ILWU Local 502). If you want to become a longshoreman at the ports in Vancouver, you will be going through the HA.  Not everyone in the longshore is doing business with them, there are a ton of Punjabi there and regular folks in general just making an "honest dollar" but the people who run the union are all HA. 

My friends never dealt with Black gangs though I can attest to that ( there has been an influx lately from out of town blacks trying to set up in BC over the past 10 years) From California, Seattle and trying to get a slice of the pie by bringing in their family from Nigeria and Somalia to do the dirty work. Never dealt with them because of their flash and lifestyle. Most of them are not very good businessmen and prone to quick thoughtless violence. 

Also never dealt with Chinese, and most of the high level Chinese gangs don't like Punjabis at all. They look down on us. They don't have access to the Bikers product and have to resort to smuggling over the border also just like low level Punjabi trucker gangs in Surrey. This is why many low levels groups out in Surrey work with Chinese. HA keeps tight circles, you must either be in longshore for years and know some as friends or be introduced by family. There are a ton of Surrey guys at longshore and they dont have any access because they are not tight with those circles. Most of the Punjabis in those HA circles are from Richmond/Vancouver and have a long history with them from prior family members etc.

However the HA are not racists like the media puts them out to be. Most of them are some of the nicest folks youll ever meet, just dont get on their bad side and cross them. If you do straight up business with them and dont cross them you will be ok most of the time. Unfortunately they have a lot of enemies and chances are you could end up dead as a result of getting involved with them. An example is Suminder Grewal who happened to be a Surrey guy and was the first fully patched HA member. (https://vancouversun.com/news/crime/notorious-biker-gang-opens-new-hells-angels-chapter-in-lower-mainland) Unfortunatly only two years after being patched in he was killed in broad daylight last year at Starbucks while sitting in his Dodge Viper in the drive through. The murder was connected to local Chinese who hired some out of town kids to do the job for them (https://vancouversun.com/news/crime/suspects-named-in-south-surrey-homicide-of-hells-angel) the kids are in custody now after being caught and charged for this murder. The Chinese were very threatened by the fact a Punjabi was doing business with HA and got patched in as a member (HA would never patch in a Chinese member. They get along with us much better and understand our culture) and really could not stomach the fact they were losing power in the lower mainland due to this. After that Vancouver Sun article went out, Suminder had a target on his back.

Suminder had began to make an effort to make peace between the Brothers Keepers and the HA (prior to Suminder, they did not get along or speak at all). Also tried to set them up as "runners" for their product because he had access to better cheaper product from the HA lines and they had a large clientele base in Surrey. Things were looking good for both sides at one point. No more beef between Brothers Keepers and HA, and Suminder could move the HA product at a faster rate. Prior to Suminder the Brothers Keepers had to smuggle over the border via their trucking businesses (many BK are involved in trucking industry and have family members making trips across the border frequently anyway) or deal with Chinese who also smuggle product over. By killing Suminder, Brothers Keepers only link to the HA was severed. They now have to resort to getting product from Chinese who are also smuggling and paying a premium again or smuggle themselves and sell what they can to Chinese gangs. Chinese gangs are using most of these low level Punjabi Crews in Surrey as pawns to be honest. I wouldnt trust them one bit. Chinese would never bring a Punjabi into their crew, only do business thats it. They don't work together because they like each other, they work together because they have no choice.  Also most of these guys who try to smuggle across the border get caught at one point or another and its much much higher risk than dealing with HA. 

So this is where we are today. Suminder dead, BK and HA not speaking again. BK is falling apart... many of their leaders have already been killed off due to their own internal fighting and nonsense. Like I was saying earlier, these younger guys from Surrey wont last in the game and they are usually the ones who are dying because of the lack of organization and connections. 

Suminder getting killed was a big deal, a full patch HA has not been killed in BC like this ever. Someone was sending a message.

Bottom line from what I have learned it is best to stay as legitimate as possible and not involve yourself or family in these things. The drug game is brutal. There are so many variables that could have massive repercussions on you and your family. I know so many who have died over the past 20 years, its really sickening to think about. 

 

Suminders Funeral took place at Riverside Funeral home ( a place ran by Punjabis, where my grandfather had his service and many other of my family members)... It was a large funeral with many HA present. 

https://vancouversun.com/news/crime/hells-angels-pay-respects-to-slain-biker-suminder-grewal 

 

Brothers keepers founder Gavin Grewal killed: 

https://www.abbynews.com/news/man-killed-in-north-vancouver-had-strong-links-to-abbotsford-gang-activity/

https://vancouversun.com/news/staff-blogs/real-scoop-guilty-pleas-in-brothers-keepers-gang-attack#:~:text=Two days after Brothers Keepers,to battle on Vancouver streets.&text=The attack was part of,to be an inside job.

Shortly after he was killed his brother was also killed:

https://vancouversun.com/news/local-news/murder-victim-brother-of-gang-boss-slain-last-december

Example of low level Punjabi gangs going to Mexico to cut deals behind California Mexican Cartels back:

https://vancouversun.com/news/crime/former-vancouver-gangster-murdered-in-mexico-after-brothers-killed-in-b-c

https://vancouversun.com/news/crime/another-b-c-gangster-shot-to-death-in-mexico

Hells Angels control the ports:

https://nationalpost.com/news/metro-vancouver-docks-special-investigation-768024

http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Crime+Waterfront+When+Hells+Angel+nominates+another+Hells+Angel/11050005/story.html

https://www.vice.com/en/article/bn3vnq/how-the-hells-angels-conquered-canada

 

Although this criminal aspect of Punjabi’s in Canada is nothing ‘Sikhi-related’, I am interested in reading more. Any good books? 

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19 hours ago, Singhkhalsa19842020 said:

Yes I do know Gurmukhi how to read it. But I don't understand the meaning yet. 

Do you care to share your experience of learning Gurmukhi? Others might benefit. 

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