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14 hours ago, dharamyudh said:

All I'm going to say is that Panjab's criminal underground/syndicates is/are the real deal. Those boys don't play around. They lit Sidhu up with some serious firepower. Apparently that specific assault rifle is one that isn't even issued to the Indian military, meaning it had to be smuggled into Panjab. 

Agree. My previous neighbor, her family, mum dad brother, and 2 other members were killed by in cold blooded murdered in Panjab by someone who was known to family as close friend. They had money and lots of land. Another relative from mums side similar had so much land her whole family parents siblings mama were killed but those who killed were never found, but heard a relative was behind it all due jealosuy etc

Brothers kill their own blood brothers, parents anyone out there just tip a gang and get their job done. If arrested they will be out in few years anyway. My mum's brother a complete fuddu alcoholic was raised well and everything got himself wrong crowd and parades himself being a 'Gangster'. He even threaten us when we went india few years ago lol. Went to the police and they just gave a notice.

Its not all rss/conspiracy BUT you dont think these deaths recently raise an eyebrow. Deep Sidhu, Sandeep, now Sidhu Moosewala. If this gang been operating for many years and main leaders are in jail then how do they still carry out their operations? Sikhs are chained and locked up for asking justice, Khalistan flags. If they were 'Sikhs' gangs operating you'd think they'd catch them by now. 

Gov/agencies are behind it. They need them there to carry out the dirty work. 

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Lawrence Bishnoi - So this guy is behind it.. he's a 'Sikh' Jatt his father was a cop . Hes been in/out of jail 

 

 

These videos Crimetak in Hindi is a watch...he mentions that main faces gang members are in Jail yet how do they operate gangs outside jail??

 

@dallysingh101 @MisterrSingh @proudkaur21

Some are saying that Akali are behind it too. Story is twisted 

https://www.hindustantimes.com/cities/chandigarh-news/youth-akali-dal-leader-vicky-middukhera-shot-dead-in-punjab-s-mohali-town-101628326323695.html

 

His dad spotted cars making rounds few days ago around their house and the Dehli intelligence warned Sidhu there is a plan to murder you a month ago (heard on radio)... i just cant get my heard around it 

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22 minutes ago, Kau89r8 said:

@proudkaur21 Do you think this guy Lawernce Bishnoi is a 'Jatt Sikh' - His dad was a cop 

 

https://www.instagram.com/tv/CeSpCw1L1Ua/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y%3D

 

The Abohar Fazilka corner in south-west punjab has a large hindu population, with "haryanvi" jaats and other castes like the bishnois, who ended up on our side after Punjab was split into three states. There are gangs and crime syndicates operating in the NCR region, haryana, rajasthan and it stretches into punjab thanks to this lawarence bishnoi guy. 

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3 hours ago, Kau89r8 said:

@proudkaur21 Do you think this guy Lawernce Bishnoi is a 'Jatt Sikh' - His dad was a cop 

 

https://www.instagram.com/tv/CeSpCw1L1Ua/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y%3D

 

Bishnoi with Sant Ji on t-shirt

Gangster Lawrence Bishnoi turned Khalistani ? | Chandigarh High Court -  YouTube

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bishnoi#:~:text=Bishnoi (also known as Vishnoi,sect of the Vaishnav Sampraday.

Bishnoi (also known as Vishnoi) is a Hindu community found in the Western Thar Desert and northern states of India. They follow a set of 29 principles/commandments given by Guru Jambheshwar (also known as Guru Jambhoji, Guru Jambha Ji) (1451-1536).[1] They are a sub-sect of the Vaishnav Sampraday.[2] As of 2019, there are an estimated 10,00,000 followers of Bishnoi Panth residing in north and central India.[3] Shree Guru Jambheshwar founded the sect at Samrathal Dhora in 1485 and his teachings, comprising 120 shabads, are known as Shabadwani. He preached for the next 51 years, travelling across India. The preaching of Guru Jambhoji inspires his followers as well as the environmental protectors.[4][5] Bishnoi sect admitted members from a variety of castes including Jats, Bania, Charans, Rajputs, Brahmins, and Ahirs.[6][7]

 

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4 hours ago, Kau89r8 said:

Agree. My previous neighbor, her family, mum dad brother, and 2 other members were killed by in cold blooded murdered in Panjab by someone who was known to family as close friend. They had money and lots of land. Another relative from mums side similar had so much land her whole family parents siblings mama were killed but those who killed were never found, but heard a relative was behind it all due jealosuy etc

Brothers kill their own blood brothers, parents anyone out there just tip a gang and get their job done. If arrested they will be out in few years anyway. My mum's brother a complete fuddu alcoholic was raised well and everything got himself wrong crowd and parades himself being a 'Gangster'. He even threaten us when we went india few years ago lol. Went to the police and they just gave a notice.

Its not all rss/conspiracy BUT you dont think these deaths recently raise an eyebrow. Deep Sidhu, Sandeep, now Sidhu Moosewala. If this gang been operating for many years and main leaders are in jail then how do they still carry out their operations? Sikhs are chained and locked up for asking justice, Khalistan flags. If they were 'Sikhs' gangs operating you'd think they'd catch them by now. 

Gov/agencies are behind it. They need them there to carry out the dirty work. 

I've heard it's a mix. Similar to how the BC gangs operate. You'll have Hindus and Sikh guys in the same gang where they just rock with each others' culture. As @Premi5showed above with Bishnoi wearing the Sant Ji T-Shirt. 

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