Indian Student Came To Canada Three Months Ago, Shot Dead In Mississauga
Jagraj Singh's father, Balveer Singh, had already passed away, and his mother, Sukhdeep Kaur, had diligently raised him through hard work.
A tragic incident unfolded on Wednesday night in Mississauga, Canada, where 28-year-old Jagraj Singh, a native of Nathowal village in Raikot, was fatally shot. Singh, who had been in Canada for the past three months pursuing studies, fell victim to the violence at 11:45 PM.
The young man, who was not only a student but also worked as a security guard in a Mississauga yard, encountered the fatal attack perpetrated by two armed individuals. Jagraj Singh’s father, Balveer Singh, had already passed away, and his mother, Sukhdeep Kaur, had diligently raised him through hard work.
A postgraduate in mathematics, Raj worked as a private school teacher in Punjab. However, he decided to move to Canada for better employment opportunities.
Jasvir Singh, an acquaintance of the family, said Jagraj Singh alias Raj (28) had gone to Canada just around three months back on a student visa. “He was working as a security guard with a transport company in Mississauga. On the night of November 16, two masked men shot him dead. That’s all we have been told till now,” he said.