Toronto: After the red corner notice was issued by Interpol notice against Goldie Brar, India formally requested to remove Ottawa from the country.
The Red Notice, formally called, was issued by international law enforcement agency Interpol on Thursday and named 28-year-old Satinderjeet Singh (his name) was born in Sri Muktsar Sahib, Punjab. An Indian citizen. At India’s request, charges against him include: “attempted murder, criminal conspiracy
“Generally, host countries are expected to detect, arrest, and initiate extradition proceedings against individuals under the RCN (Red Corner Notice). We urge Canada to do so bilaterally, ”a senior Indian official told Hindustan Times.
Brar, who arrived in Canada as a student in 2017, was held on behalf of the Lawrence Bishnoi gang for the murder of Sidhu Moosewala, a popular performer and politician in the Mansa district of Punjab last month.
According to Interpol, “Red notices are issued to fugitives seeking prosecution or sentencing. Red notice is a worldwide law enforcement request to locate and temporarily detain a person pending extradition, surrender or similar prosecution.”
This growth also comes as cooperation between Indian and Canadian law enforcement agencies has improved. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) team met with counterparts at the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in New Delhi this week. The RCMP tweeted on Tuesday that they have participated in a “joint workshop” that includes “information sharing, investigative collaboration and counter-terrorism tools.”
The High Commissioner of Canada in New Delhi, Cameron Mackay, tweeted on the occasion that the agencies are “working together to fight international crimes and ensure public safety”.
According to the Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA), it “prefers to remove persons who are unacceptable to Canada on a security or security basis (security, organized crime or human rights violation, serious crime and crime), with asylum claimants failing to arrive unlimited.”
However, any such action can be appealed. No charges against Brar have yet been proven in any Canadian court.