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Canadian RCMP seek NRI Jaspal Dhinsda in daylight shooting that left Surrey man paralyzed


Vancouver March 21, 2009
Lachman Singh

Surrey, BC RCMP is looking Jaspal “Jessie” Dhinsda, 22, suspect following a shooting incident at 67th Ave. and 127a St., Surrey, last week and press release today that Dhindsa is armed and dangerous.

Police told media today:

  • Two men had become engaged in a verbal and then physical altercation on March 13th, at about 5:30 p.m.
  • Once the physical fight was underway, a third male appeared and fired a handgun striking the victim in the back.
  • The victim might be paralyzed from the waist down
  • Jaspal “Jessie” Dhinsda faces charges of aggravated assault and discharging a firearm with intent to wound.

The gunman along with other man ran away and left the third person bleeding in the driveway. The police believe that the men were involve in drug business and they are also investigating that there is any ties with gang members

Sgt. Roger Morrow said there were about 30 residents who were watching this fight but no body came us to give the statement. We are in the process of witnesses and looking the resident and public help to find this person.

According to the local media, 2/3 of the population believe that some ethnic groups (NRI and Asian/Oriental) are more responsible for crime than others. The Canadian government has now formed a federal task force to address the problem of Indo-Canadian violence.






NRI Jaspal Dhinsda wanted