Police found kilos of heroin hidden in a children's indoor playground facility - Operation Cheetah

You reap what you sow is the quote social media is using while criticizing Justin Trudeau. In a raid, Police found kilos of heroin hidden in a children’s indoor playground facility in Brampton, Ontario and arrested 33 persons. This happened in Justin Trudeau’s Canada when Terrorist are your Vote bank.

Justin Trudeau under the pressure from his Khalistani vote bank, criticized India on protests against new Farm Laws in India, the so called protests or rather we should call it the seize where in they beat up the police officers on duty and raised Khalistani flag on Red Fort, that were organized, sponsored and financed by Khalistanis in Canada using illegal drug trafficking incomes from their operations in Canada.

Justin Trudeau’s Canada has now openly decided to support the Khalistani terror apparatus who are working hands in hands with Pakistan Intelligence Agency ISI, trying to create discord inside India.

When Terrorist Are Your Vote bank – Children’s indoor playground was used to hide heroin – 33 People arrested

These Khalistani supporters in Canada are again in news. This time 33 persons arrested on different charges including Drug Trafficking 

As per a report, Police found kilos of heroin hidden in a children’s indoor playground facility in Brampton, Ont., when they moved to thwart an international drug trafficking network accused of smuggling cocaine, ketamine, heroin and opium into Canada and looping it through Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia.

Police found kilos of heroin hidden in a childrens indoor playground facility - Operation Cheetah
Police found kilos of heroin hidden in a children’s indoor playground facility – Operation Cheetah

It was a “robust network” working to import drugs into the Toronto area from India and the United States and then distributing them “through a sophisticated system run by the traffickers,” according to York Regional Police.

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Officers in three provinces and in California executed more than 50 search warrants on April 8, leading to the arrest of 33 people.

Approximately $2.3 million worth of drugs were seized, including 10 kilos of cocaine, eight kilos of ketamine, three kilos of heroin and 2.5 kilos of opium, along with 48 firearms, $730,000 in Canadian cash and three high-end vehicles, police said.

Police found kilos of heroin hidden in a childrens indoor playground Karebear facility in Brampton - Operation Cheetah
Police found kilos of heroin hidden in a children’s indoor playground Karebear facility in Brampton – Operation Cheetah

The investigation, codenamed Project Cheetah, began last May by York Regional Police, north of Toronto, and expanded to include Peel Regional Police, west of Toronto, the RCMP and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.

Police had to smash through an iron gate during a raid at a mansion that was fronted by large stone lions, a high fence and security cameras.

Police found kilos of heroin hidden in a childrens indoor playground facility - Police had to smash through an iron gate during a raid - Operation Cheetah
Police found kilos of heroin hidden in a children’s indoor playground facility – Police had to smash through an iron gate during a raid

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Heavily armed tactical officers using armoured vehicles breached the large property with support from both Peel and York police. At least one man was arrested there and led away in handcuffs by York officers. Children’s toys and bicycles lay about the home’s property.

Police video shows a customized shiny gold-coloured sports car in a garage with a black floor embossed with a large gold crest of a lion’s head, surrounded by laurel leaves and the words “Jhajj Brothers.”

Some of the firearms seized from the mansion during Operation Cheetah
Some of the firearms seized from the mansion during Operation Cheetah

One of the men arrested was Harjinder Jhaj, 38, of Caledon, Ont. He is charged with trafficking ketamine, conspiracy to traffic ketamine and two counts of possession of property obtained by crime. Police did not comment on any connection to the 33 arrests.

Insp. Ryan Hogan of York Regional Police’s Organized Crime Enforcement Bureau did say, however, that during a search of a property in Caledon, police found 46 guns — many of which look to be shotguns and rifles, including one with a tactical long-distance scope.

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“Some of them (are) very menacing in the firepower they possess. And we know that in the drug trade violence is common. The propensity for violence (involving) profit-driven, illegal commodities we’re seeing in the community on a regular basis,” Hogan said.

The guns were lawfully possessed but seized “as a serious threat to public safety” under provisions of the Criminal Code, given the nature of the criminal charges, he said.

Hogan also said the alleged discovery of heroin stored in a children’s playground business during the probe was concerning.

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“Of particular concern when we look at heroin, a very insidious drug causing great harm to our community, a number of kilograms are alleged to be seized from a Playland in Brampton,” he said.

“We can see not only the effects in the community but the real significant risk that it put to the children, some of the most vulnerable people in our community.”

The Karebear Playland is a large, three-storey children’s play area featuring climbing, slide and play structures, and three rooms for children’s birthday parties.

The company could not be reached for comment.

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York police described a transnational investigation into a network receiving drug shipments smuggled from India and California. The method of the drugs’ entry into Canada was not revealed.

Peel Region, where most of the accused reside, is home to both Toronto Pearson International Airport and a large base of trucking companies, so either or both means are possible. York police did not mention the involvement of Canada Border Services Agency in the investigation.

“The success of this investigation is a testament to the effective co-operation among multiple agencies across jurisdictions as we pursue the shared objective of public safety,” Insp. Marwan Zogheib, the officer in charge of the RCMP’s Toronto West Detachment, said in a written statement.

“The RCMP’s resources across Canada and overseas and our partnership with York Regional Police provide a multiplier effect to our collective efforts to dismantle such criminal networks.”

Although police said 33 people were arrested, they released the names of only 28, who were all arrested in Ontario, suggesting five may have been arrested in California or another province.

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The U.S. DEA did not respond to requests for information.

Nineteen people from Brampton were arrested, as well as four from Toronto, two from Vaughan, and one each from Woodstock and Caledon. One man, of no fixed address, is listed as still wanted for arrest.

Here are the Brampton residents who have been charged:

Rupinder Dhillion, age 37

  • Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking – Heroin
  • Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking – Methamphetamine

Sanveer Singh, age 25

  • Failure to Comply with Order
  • Possession of a Controlled Substance

Haripal Nagra, age 45

  • Trafficking – Heroin
  • Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking – Opium 

Hassam Syed, age 30

  • Trafficking – Heroin
  • Possession – Heroin
  • Possession – Methamphetamine

Pritpal Singh, age 56

  • Trafficking – Heroin
  • Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking – Heroin
  • Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking – Cocaine
  • Possession of a Controlled Substance – Opium
  • Three counts of Possession of Property Obtained by Crime 
  • Possession of Counterfeit Money

Harkiran Singh, age 33

  • Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking – Heroin
  • Possession of Property Obtained by Crime

Lakhpreet Brar, age 29

  • Three counts of Trafficking Ketamine 
  • Trafficking Heroin
  • Three counts of Trafficking Opium 
  • Conspiracy to Traffic Ketamine 
  • Conspiracy to Traffic Heroin
  • Conspiracy to Traffic Opium 
  • Four counts of Possession of Property Obtained by Crime 

Balwinder Dhaliwal, age 60

  • Two counts of Trafficking Cocaine 
  • Two counts of Possession of Property Obtained by Crime
  • Conspiracy to Traffic Cocaine

Sukhmanpreet Singh, age 23

  • Possession of a Controlled Substance – Heroin

Khushal Bhinder, age 36

  • Trafficking Cocaine
  • Conspiracy to Traffic Cocaine
  • Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking – Cocaine
  • Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking – Opium
  • Possession of Property Obtained by Crime

Prabhjeet Mundian, age 34

  • Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking – Cocaine
  • Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking – Opium
  • Possession of Property Obtained by Crime

Simranjeet Narang, age 28

  • Trafficking Opium
  • Two counts of Trafficking Cocaine 
  • Conspiracy to Traffic Opium
  • Conspiracy to Traffic Cocaine 
  • Three counts of Possession of Property Obtained by Crime 

Gaganpreet Gill, age 28

  • Trafficking Cocaine

Sukjit Dhaliwal, age 47

  • Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking – Heroin
  • Possession of a Controlled Substance – Methamphetamine
  • Possession of a Controlled Substance – Oxycodone

Chinedu Ajoku, age 51

  • Trafficking Heroin

Harjot Singh, age 31

  • Two counts of Trafficking Heroin 
  • Trafficking Methamphetamine

Sukhjit Dhugga, age 35

  • Trafficking Ketamine
  • Conspiracy to Traffic Ketamine
  • Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking – Ketamine
  • Possession of Property Obtained by Crime

Parshotem Malhi, age 54

  • Trafficking Methamphetamine
  • Six counts of Trafficking Heroin
  • Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking – Heroin
  • Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking – Methamphetamine
  • Six counts of Possession of Property Obtained by Crime
  • Possession of Identity Documents

Vansh Arora, age 24

  • Trafficking Cocaine
  • Conspiracy to Traffic Cocaine
  • Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking – Cocaine
  • Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking – Opium
  • Careless Storage of Ammunition

Police are also searching for one other man

Gurbinder Sooch, 41, of no fixed address who is facing the following charges:

  • Five counts of Trafficking Ketamine 
  • Four counts of Possession of Property Obtained by Crime 
  • Conspiracy to Traffic Ketamine 
  • Trafficking Opium
  • Two counts of Trafficking Heroin 
  • Conspiracy to Import Heroin
  • Fail to Comply with Release Order

Residents of Toronto, Vaughan, Caledon and Woodstock also face charges.

Police from Peel as well as the RCMP and U.S. agents were also involved in the investigation.

Canada In News

In fact, Canada’s love for Khalistani terrorism is not a new phenomenon. One of the most dastardly attacks in world history, Kanishka Bombing which killed 307 People was conducted by Canada based Khalistani Terrorists and when the British courts condemned the perpetrators to death, in an attempt not to hurt the sentiments of it’s Khalistani vote bank acquitted two of them and commuted to life sentence, the third.

There was an attack on Indo-Canadian Peaceful Tiranga Maple Rally that was carried out by Indian diaspora. Attack was carried out by Khalistanis in Canada on On February 28, 2021. No action was taken against the attackers because of Political linkage to Jagmeet Singh Dhaliwal MP.

Points to Ponder

India has been trying hard to get Canadian authorities take action against Khalistani supporters and these criminals. Why is Canada not working with the Indian Government, sharing intelligence and acting against the Khalistani Terrorists and wanted criminals that are living lavishly in Canada?

How long Justin Trudeau Government will harm the interests of Canadians by sheltering the criminals who sponsor terrorism, riots in other countries?

Why these criminals were allowed to flourish in Canada? Was it for funding the election campaigns?

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