Gunshots fired at Simranjeet Singh’s house but luckily no one got hurt, bullets just hit both the parked car and house.
Someone shot at the home of a friend connected to the pro-Khalistan person Hardeep Singh Nijjar, who got fatally shot in Surrey, British Columbia, on June 18.
Reports say the targeted house belonged to Simranjeet Singh, but luckily, no one got hurt.
On Thursday, Surrey’s Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) shared that on February 1, around 1:21 am, they got word of gunshots fired at a house. Cops rushed to the scene and found signs that a shooting happened.
The RCMP in Surrey confirmed the “shots fired incident at a residence in South Surrey,” according to reports.
This happened early on Thursday, with witnesses saying bullets hit both a parked car and the house.
Surrey RCMP’s Major Crime Section is looking into the incident. They say it’s a one-time thing, and investigators are trying to figure out why it happened.
FuOn January 27, Jody Thomas, Canada’s outgoing National Security Advisor (NSA), said India is helping in the investigation into the killing of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, marked as a terrorist by India.
Thomas described the changing relationship as a “transformation,” saying progress has been made in strengthening the connection.
In September last year, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said there were “credible allegations” that the Indian government might be involved in Nijjar’s death in Surrey in June 2023. India rejected the claims, calling them baseless and driven by hidden motives. This led to tension between India and Canada.
In December of the same year, Trudeau admitted he made the allegations public, expecting the info to come out eventually.