Pannun aide Inderjit Singh Gosal’s Canada home hit by gunfire, investigation on

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Pannun aide Inderjit Singh Gosal’s Canada home hit by gunfire, investigation on
Toronto: Sikh separatist leader Gurpatwant Singh Pannun’s aide Inderjit Singh Gosal’s Canada home allegedly came under gunfire, police said on Monday, following recent allegations by Ottawa and Washington that Indian dissidents living abroad in both countries have been targeted for assassination.
According to Constable Tyler Bell-Morena said Peel Regional Police were alerted by construction crews about what appeared to be “a bullet hole in a window of the home” of Gosal in the province of Ontario, and are investigating.
Pannun, an American Sikh activist in New York whom US authorities say was the target of a thwarted assassination plot in the US last year, wrote on social media that the incident was a “drive-by shooting.”
According to reports, there were no injuries in the shooting as the Brampton, Ontario, home is under construction and currently unoccupied. “We understand who this person is and his affiliations, but it’s just too early for us to speculate that there’s any connection to other violence and threats,” media quoted Bell-Morena as saying.
“We are obviously investigating it with all avenues in mind,” he added. Recently, unidentified individuals fired shots at the British Columbia residence of Simranjeet Singh, an associate of Nijjar. Canadian media reported that two Canadian teenagers have been arrested for discharging a firearm, though police have not yet determined a motive.


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