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On 10/27/2021 at 1:12 PM, dallysingh101 said:

Can people wear Sant ji pictures on their T-shirts in Panjab without getting arrested/harassed these days? 

I saw many who had Sant Ji's image +/- quotes on back of car windows

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They forgot to add this feared gangster OMG look at his crime spree in Punjab https://www.hindustantimes.com/chandigarh/punjabi-singer-sidhu-moose-wala-caught-driving-with-tinted-window

These villains are either sociopaths or psychopaths.  There is a difference between the two from what I have learnt. Psychopaths are born, sociopaths are made. We think that a psychopat

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Canada-based gangster Landa issues threats to cops in FB post

Landa, a resident of Harike in Tarn Taran, is also wanted in the Patti double murder case in which Akali worker Amandeep Singh, alias Fauji, and his aide Prabhjit Singh were gunned down allegedly by notorious gangster Daya Singh, alias Preet Sekhon
 

Canada-based gangster Landa issues threats to cops in FB post Canada-based gangster Landa issues threats to cops in FB post

Published on Oct 30, 2021 12:12 AM IST
 
By Anil Sharma

TARN TARAN

Days after being booked for demanding ransom and opening fire at a fuel station in Chohla Sahib, Canada-based gangster Lakhbir Singh, alias Landa, has reportedly threatened Punjab cops of dire consequences through a Facebook post.

Landa, a resident of Harike in Tarn Taran, is also wanted in the Patti double murder case in which Akali worker Amandeep Singh, alias Fauji, and his aide Prabhjit Singh were gunned down allegedly by notorious gangster Daya Singh, alias Preet Sekhon. The killing was allegedly hatched by Landa, who fled to Canada in 2017.

“Today, I want to say one thing to the policemen: don’t harass (my) family members or relatives. If any man is guilty, shoot him. When I was in India, fake cases were registered after calling me from my home, and now after four years, firing was opened in my house. You don’t register illegal cases and we will not unnecessarily harass anyone. But, if you continue harassing the family members and the relatives, it’s your wish. But, don’t think that your families are safe, whether your children are in foreign countries or in India, we know about everyone. We have four, but we will take forty of yours and the responsibility will be of the police,” the post reads.

Landa and one Satnam Singh were booked under Sections 307 (attempt to murder), 384 (extortion), 506 (criminal intimidation), 120-B (criminal conspiracy) and 34 (Act done by several persons) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), and Sections 25-27-54-59 of the Arms Act by the Chohla Sahib police on October 23.

The case was registered on the complaint of one Jagjit Singh of Chohla Khurd. He had alleged that Landa had demanded 50 lakh ransom before opening fire at his fuel station.

After the Patti shootout, Tarn Taran police had started the process to get Landa extradited from Canada. The police had written to the Union government for pressing the Interpol to issue a red-corner notice against Landa. According to the police, Landa had demanded 20 lakh ransom from a Patti-based person and Aman Fauji was opposing this.

Landa had hired gangster Preet Sekhon to kill Fauji, who was a close friend of Gurmukh Singh Ghulla, political adviser of former Akali Dal minister Adesh Partap Singh Kairon.

Facing eleven criminal cases, including three of attempt to murder, Landa has been a headache for Punjab Police. He is facing cases under the Arms Act and the NDPS Act in Tarn Taran, Moga and Ferozepur districts, and Chandigarh.

Senior superintendent of police (SSP) Harvinder Singh Virk said, “We are verifying the post and a suitable action will be taken after the investigation.”

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How Jaipal Bhullar became Punjab’s most wanted gangster

Son of a cop, Jaipal Bhullar was on the run after gunning down two assistant sub-inspectors of Punjab Police in Jagraon on May 15
 

Jaipal Bhullar and his aide were killed in an encounter in Kolkata on Wednesday. (HT Photo) Jaipal Bhullar and his aide were killed in an encounter in Kolkata on Wednesday. (HT Photo)

Published on Jun 10, 2021 12:24 AM IST
 
By Mohit Khanna, Ludhiana

Failing to make it big in the world of sport, Jaipal Bhullar — one of Punjab’s most wanted drug smuggler and gangster who was killed in an encounter in Kolkata on Wednesday — achieved notoriety in the world of crime.

Son of a cop, Bhullar was on the run after gunning down two assistant sub-inspectors of Punjab Police in Ludhiana’s Jagraon town on May 15.

Belonging to Ferozepur, Bhullar had a long association with Ludhiana. A national-level hammer thrower, his sporting career had picked up in 2003 when he joined Speed Fund Academy, a government-run training centre in Ludhiana. Also, it was here in July 2004 that he made his first foray into the world of crime by kidnapping a cinema hall owner’s seven-year-old son.

With this his sporting career came to an end and his crime graph took a flight, as he came in contact with other gangsters in jail.

First such associate was Rajiv Raja who was arrested in 2006 for killing three family members of a jeweller in Ludhiana. Later, out on bail, Bhullar met Shera, with whom he decided to form a gang. In January 2009, both helped Raja flee from police custody at the Barnala bus stand.

Later, the gang carried a series of robberies, including at a gun house in Hoshiarpur, followed by more crimes in Mohali and Panchkula. They were also behind several carjackings on the highway.

Arrested in Chandigarh, Bhullar came in contact with gangster Rocky of Fazilka and formed a new gang. With witnesses reluctant to speak up, the gangsters were acquitted in July 2010, and soon there was a rift between the duo. Rocky decided to enter politics and allegedly helped cops hunt down a number of gangsters, before he was finally killed by Bhullar at Parwanoo in Himachal Pradesh’s Solan district in 2015.

Bhullar had also masterminded the 1.33-crore cash van robbery in Banur in 2017 besides executing robbery of 30kg gold at a Ludhiana firm in February 2020.

Jaspreet Singh, 29, the other man gunned down by the West Bengal police special task force on Wednesday, was Bhullar’s close aide. A resident of Kharar in Mohali, he was involved in several crimes with the gangster, including kidnapping of a businessman in Zirakpur last year.

He was also involved in killing the two ASIs in Jagraon, and was the one who started firing at them after alighting from the driver’s seat of the drug-laden vehicle. According to police, Jaspreet, alias Jassi, was facing over 15 criminal cases and had met Bhullar at Chandigarh Model Jail.

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