Gurmalkit singh kahlon
Vancouver, May 10
A Punjabi gangster was killed in a violent clash between gangsters at Vancouver Airport. The deceased has been identified as 28-year-old Karman Grewal. He belonged to the United Nations gang and had several cases registered against him. A few years ago, he opened fire on a police party and escaped. Upon receiving information about today’s incident, the police sealed all the routes to the airport. Grewal was shot and killed at a flight terminal in Richmond, British Columbia Airport. RCMP (Police) say gang-based violence in British Columbia is reaching new heights. He said the gangsters are not even leaving the international airport, where firing took place throughout the day. Police tried to stop a suspect’s car while trying to attack, then the police was removed from the car. Both attackers fled in an SUV. No police personnel were injured. Police found the car used by the miscreants 28 km away. The international and domestic departure area of the airport was blocked in the wake of the shooting and the police erected a temporary wall. Shops in the area were also closed. Police has asked anyone with any information about the incident to come forward. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police say the police already have a record of deaths and violence that took place between gangsters. Federal Public Safety Minister Bill Blair said the shooting was “disturbing” and he sympathized with people living in the area.