Major Development: Moosewala Murder Mastermind Goldi Barad Declared a Terrorist Under UAPA by Central Government

Notorious Gangster Goldy Brar Declared Terrorist by Central Government

On Monday, the Central Ministry of Home Affairs declared gangster Goldy Brar as a terrorist. Goldy Brar, residing in Canada, is linked to various incidents, including the murder of Moosewala in Punjab, and is involved in arms and drug smuggling across the border. Indian agencies have been actively pursuing Goldy Brar in connection with several cases, including the murder of Moosewala.

This declaration comes after the Central Government previously declared gangster Lakbir Singh Landa as a terrorist. Both individuals have been hiding in Canada and are involved in arms and drug smuggling as well as other criminal activities. Goldy Brar is a close associate of the infamous gangster Lawrence Bishnoi. Following the murder of Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala, Goldy Brar had taken responsibility on social media.

Red Corner Notice Issued Against Suspect Baraad in Sidhu Moosewala Murder Case

The fugitive accused in the murder of Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala, Baraad, has been hiding in Canada. Baraad is associated with the Lawrence Bishnoi gang, facing charges in approximately 13 cases, including murder, attempted murder, and involvement in arms smuggling and robbery. Interpol has issued a Red Corner Notice against Baraad, and in September, the police conducted raids at his residence.

During the same period, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) joined the operation, conducting searches at various locations associated with Baraad. The coordinated efforts are part of a larger campaign to apprehend individuals involved in serious criminal activities across international borders.

Terrorist Charges Announced Against Lakbir Singh Rode by Indian Government

On December 30, the Indian government declared Lakbir Singh Rode a terrorist. Rode is accused of being the mastermind behind RPG attacks in Punjab. Earlier, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) had announced a reward of 15 lakh rupees for information leading to the arrest of Lakbir Singh Rode. The resident of Harikhe village in Tarn Taran district of Punjab is currently hiding in Canada.

In August of the previous year, the NIA had registered cases against him under various sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), including 120B, 121, 121A, and under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967, Sections 17, 18, 18-B, and 38, related to unlawful activities and conspiracy across different parts of the country.

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