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Canadian police have dismantled a $2.3 million drug ring with links to India.

Investigators with the York Regional Police Organised Crime Enforcement Bureau collaborated with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), Peel Regional Police, and the US Drug Enforcement Administration.

Together they busted a large-scale international drug trafficking network.

The drug ring extended to Western Canada, the United States and India.

An investigation dubbed Project Cheetah was launched in May 2020.

  • Parshotem Malhi, aged 54, of Brampton, is charged with trafficking methamphetamine, heroin (six counts) and possession for the purpose of trafficking of heroin, methamphetamine, possession of property obtained by crime (six counts) and possession of identity documents.
  • Rupinder Dhillon, aged 37, of Brampton, is charged with possession of methamphetamine and heroin for trafficking.
  • Sanveer Singh, aged 25, of Brampton, is charged with failure to comply with an order and possession of a controlled substance.
  • Haripal Nagra, aged 45, of Brampton, is charged with heroin trafficking and possession of opium for the purpose of trafficking.
  • Hassam Syed, aged 30, of Brampton, is charged with heroin trafficking and possession of heroin and methamphetamine.
  • Pritpal Singh, aged 56, of Brampton, is charged with heroin trafficking and possession for the purpose of trafficking of heroin, cocaine and opium, possession of property obtained by crime (three counts) and possession of counterfeit money.
  • Harkiran Singh, aged 33, of Brampton, is charged with possession of heroin for the purpose of trafficking and possession of property obtained by crime.
  • Lakhpreet Brar, aged 29, of Brampton, is charged with trafficking heroin, ketamine (three counts), opium (three counts), conspiracy to traffic ketamine, opium and heroin and possession of property obtained by crime (four counts).
  • Didy Adansi, aged 52, of Toronto, is charged with trafficking ketamine (two counts), conspiracy to traffick ketamine, possession of methamphetamine and possession of the proceeds of crime.
  • Sarbjit Singh, aged 43, of Woodstock, is charged with trafficking ketamine (three counts) conspiracy to traffic ketamine and possession of property obtained by crime.
  • Balwinder Dhaliwal, aged 60, of Brampton, is charged with trafficking cocaine (two counts) and possession of property obtained by crime (two counts) and conspiracy to traffic cocaine.
  • Rupinder Dhaliwal, aged 39, of Toronto, is charged with trafficking heroin (two counts), opium and ketamine, possession of property obtained by crime, possession for the purpose of trafficking of heroin, possession of methamphetamine and ketamine, failure to comply with recognizance and conspiracy to traffic ketamine.
  • Ranjit Singh, aged 40, of Toronto, is charged with failure to comply with a release order and probation, possession of heroin and possession of ketamine for the purpose of trafficking.
  • Sukhmanpreet Singh, aged 23, of Brampton, is charged with heroin possession.
  • Rupinder Sharma, aged 25, of Vaughan, is charged with heroin and methamphetamine possession.
  • Prabhsimaran Kaur, aged 25, of Vaughan, is charged with possession of heroin.
  • Khushal Bhinder, aged 36, of Brampton, is charged with trafficking cocaine, conspiracy to traffic cocaine, possession for the purpose of trafficking of cocaine and opium and possession of property obtained by crime.
  • Prabhjeet Mundian, aged 34, of Brampton, is charged with possession of cocaine and opium for the purpose of trafficking and possession of property obtained by crime.
  • Vansh Arora, aged 24, of Brampton, is charged with trafficking cocaine, conspiracy to traffic cocaine, possession of cocaine and opium for the purpose of trafficking and careless storage of ammunition.
  • Simranjeet Narang, aged 28, of Brampton, is charged with trafficking opium and cocaine (two counts), conspiracy to traffic opium and cocaine and possession of property obtained by crime (three counts).
  • Harjinder Jhaj, aged 38, of Caledon, is charged with trafficking ketamine and conspiracy to traffic ketamine and possession of property obtained by crime (two counts).
  • Gaganpreet Gill, aged 28, of Brampton, is charged with cocaine trafficking.
  • Sukjit Dhaliwal, aged 47, of Brampton, is charged with possession of heroin for the purpose of trafficking and possession of methamphetamine and oxycodone.
  • Imran Khan, aged 33, of Toronto, is charged with trafficking ketamine and possession of property obtained by crime.
  • Chinedu Ajoku, aged 51, of Brampton, is charged with heroin trafficking.
  • Harjot Singh, aged 31, of Brampton, is charged with heroin trafficking (two counts) and methamphetamine trafficking.
  • Sukhjit Dhugga, aged 35, of Brampton, is charged with trafficking ketamine, conspiracy to traffic ketamine, possession of ketamine for the purpose of trafficking and possession of property obtained by crime.
  • Gurbinder Sooch, aged 41, of no fixed address, is charged with trafficking ketamine (five counts), possession of property obtained by crime (four counts), conspiracy to traffic ketamine, trafficking opium, trafficking heroin (two counts), conspiracy to import heroin and fail to comply with a release order.
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No male right of passage is being performed. So they're going to try and prove it to the world.  That and facebook, insta have everyone thinking they have to have a jet and a harem as a minimum. 

Thanks Canada. Now the US can finally answer those gun control supporters everytime a mass shooting happens in the US.  Canada has strict gun control laws i bet... Like the NRA says banning

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  • Didy Adansi, aged 52, of Toronto, is charged with trafficking ketamine (two counts), conspiracy to traffick ketamine, possession of methamphetamine and possession of the proceeds of crime.
  • Pritpal Singh, aged 56, of Brampton, is charged with heroin trafficking and possession for the purpose of trafficking of heroin, cocaine and opium, possession of property obtained by crime (three counts) and possession of counterfeit money.

 

Flippin 'ell. Even the 'sianay' was at it! Only in Canada! lol

 

That being said: I'm not a supporter of the failed western 'war on drugs' strategy. I'd decimalise it and let adult junkies die as they will.  

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3 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:
  • Didy Adansi, aged 52, of Toronto, is charged with trafficking ketamine (two counts), conspiracy to traffick ketamine, possession of methamphetamine and possession of the proceeds of crime.
  • Pritpal Singh, aged 56, of Brampton, is charged with heroin trafficking and possession for the purpose of trafficking of heroin, cocaine and opium, possession of property obtained by crime (three counts) and possession of counterfeit money.

 

Flippin 'ell. Even the 'sianay' was at it! Only in Canada! lol

 

That being said: I'm not a supporter of the failed western 'war on drugs' strategy. I'd decimalise it and let adult junkies die as they will.  

Amen bro. War on drugs is a crime against humanity. 

Singhs shouldn't be peddling anything like that.  Except maybe Sukha. Or maybe the rare shamanistic herb. 

Or like you want to be black market? Sell insulin or something. 

Or immigration papers. 

Or fake degrees. 

Or run an actual protection racket. 

Or broker deals Yakuza style with the government and other organizations. 

You know. Be the kinda criminal we can get behind a little!

Should only do weapons in the Paanth as Daswand and Dan. Never sell firearms or beyond, especially illegally. Even a legit gun store is dodgy.  Just spread them out in the families. 

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4 minutes ago, ChardikalaUK said:

How about Sikhs shouldn't be criminals in the first place. You really do talk some nonsense.

I agree with

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if he supports what the article says

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7 hours ago, ChardikalaUK said:

How about Sikhs shouldn't be criminals in the first place. You really do talk some nonsense.

Nah, on the real. You need street level guys, you need networks in prisons especially, and other dark places for intel. Believe it or not, a lot of what goes on is planned there. It was Sikhs from these types of backgrounds that cracked open the grooming thing in the 80s. I met them. It's not as simple as you make out. We need eyes and ears everywhere. 

Even crooks can have codes of honor and be useful. We have antecedents in this going all the way back to Guru Hargobind Ji's time with Bidhia Chand.  

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7 hours ago, ChardikalaUK said:

How about Sikhs shouldn't be criminals in the first place. You really do talk some nonsense.

Umm......obviously...

I never suggested they be criminals in the first place. 

Unfortunately Sikhi itself has been a crime. 

Really we're called to be Dharmi. How legal that is varies. 

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13 hours ago, ChardikalaUK said:

How about Sikhs shouldn't be criminals in the first place. You really do talk some nonsense.

IF you want to be black market? Sell insulin or something. 

I recommend no criminal activity except that which is made criminal when Dharam  and freedom are themselves illegal. 

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On 5/29/2021 at 1:40 PM, dallysingh101 said:

I have to say: I give these guys 10 out of 10 for their product range........lol

They got it all on sale! I presume they didn't have sukha because it's legal there now?  

even though weed is legal dealers still sell it

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