Bathinda, May 29
Gangster Amarpreet Samra was shot dead in South Vancouver as he got here out of a wedding reception on Sunday early morning.
Samra was listed by @cfseubc amongst 11 dreaded criminals who may pose menace to Public security in August final yr.
The 28-year-old Amarpreet Samra, was additionally referred to as ‘Chucky’.
“Chucky” Samra was shot dead exterior Fraserview banquet corridor close to Fraser St & South East Marine Dr. It was a focused capturing associated to the continuing gang battle, say studies.
According to studies in the native newspaper Vancouver Sun, Amarpreet (Chucky) Samra was on the dance flooring at Fraserview Banquet Hall with different wedding friends lower than half-hour earlier than he was shot on Fraser Street between simply earlier than 1:30 am.
Both Samra and his older brother, Ravinder, who was additionally a gangster had been invited friends on the wedding. They had been aligned with the UN Gang.
A couple of friends instructed media individuals that some unidentified males had walked again into the corridor and instructed the DJ man to cease the music. At the time round 60 friends had been current on the venue.
In an official assertion from Vancouver Police, they talked about that they’re investigating the murder of a 28-year-old man after he was shot this morning.
“Multiple 9-1-1 callers reported one man had been shot exterior a South Vancouver banquet corridor close to Fraser Street and South East Marine Drive at 1:30 a.m. Patrol officers carried out CPR on the sufferer till paramedics arrived, however he died from his accidents,” the assertion reads.
Investigators consider this was a focused capturing associated to the continuing gang battle. The investigation stays ongoing. Anyone with data that might help investigators is requested to name the Vancouver Police Homicide Unit at 604-717-2500, it additional reads.
In August 2022, Canadian police issued a uncommon warning about 11 males linked to excessive ranges of gang violence. The police have warned the general public to keep away from being close to them. Of the 11 males talked about in the warning, 9 had been of Punjab-origin, together with Amarpreet and his brother Ravinder.
The British Columbia Police stated they had been linked to a slew of killings and shootings in the province. It requested the general public to keep away from being close to them. With ANI inputs