Central Government Declares Goldy Brar a Terrorist Under UAPA

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Delhi, 1st January 2024:

In a significant development, the Central Government has designated Goldy Brar as a terrorist under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. This declaration comes in the wake of Brar’s alleged involvement in a series of criminal activities, marking a grave escalation in his notorious trajectory.


Goldy Brar, hailing from Sri Muktsar Sahib in Punjab, first gained notoriety following the murder of Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala. Subsequently, his name emerged in various high-profile cases, including an alleged ransom demand from rapper Honey Singh and suspected participation in a gang-related violent conflict, resulting in casualties. Brar’s social media proclamations also linked him to these incidents, indicating a malevolent orchestration from abroad.


Of deep concern is Brar’s close association with incarcerated gangster Lawrence Bishnoi. While Bishnoi remains behind bars, Brar has operated freely outside India. Born in 1994, Brar’s descent into a criminal lifestyle began after the tragic murder of his cousin, Gurlej Brar. Since then, he has been embroiled in multiple criminal incidents, prompting his escape to Canada on a student visa. From Canadian soil, he has orchestrated criminal operations in Punjab, evading the law despite multiple cases registered against him in the state. A red-corner notice has been issued in pursuit of his arrest.