Canada-based gangster Goldy Brar designated a terrorist under anti-terror law UAPA

Under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA), Canada-based gangster Goldy Brar has been labelled as a terrorist by the Ministry of Home Affairs. Brar has claimed responsibility for the horrific murder of Sidhu Moosewala, an Indian rapper and Congress politician.

Satinderjit Singh, also known as Goldy Brar, went to Canada on a student visa in 2017. From there, he has carried out his criminal activities, including murders and extortion. He is a close associate of gangster Lawrence Bishnoi.

According to an official notification, Satwinder Singh alias Goldy Brar, the son of Shamsher Singh and Preetpal Kaur, born on April 11, 1994, and currently residing in Canada’s Brampton, has links with the pro-Khalistan terrorist group Babbar Khalsa.

According to the report, Brar was involved in numerous murders and “professes radical ideology, figured in making threatening calls to pro-nationalist leaders, demanding ransom and posting the claims of killings on different social media platforms.”

The Centre said Goldy Brar has been involved in the smuggling of high-grade weapons, ammunition and explosive materials across the border through drones and supplying them to his violent activities.

It said that Brar had been plotting to shake up Punjab’s peace, communal harmony and law and order by “nefarious designs such as sabotage, terror module raising, targeted killings, and other anti-national activities.”

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