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Fatally firing Bhangra promoter associated with drug trade, Ihit says


IHIT says Ranjeev "Raj" Sangha, 41, died earlier this week in Surrey, had a drug drug trade.

Sangha filmed Southview Drive on 146th Street around Panorama Ridge, at 11:45 a.m., around PT, on Monday, November 26.

Sangha was a well-known city of Bhangra, popular and traditional to promote Punjabi dance.

Homicidal researcher Sangha initially did not go to gangs and was not acquainted with police, but IHIT's Frank Jang said Friday police officers reported the BK. Sangha was indicated in connection with drug activity.

"Although the type of motivation has not yet been confirmed, we believe that drug trade was linked to its death," said Jang.

"We realize that some of the news in the community can be considered as a surprise and some may not … We need to move forward".

Researchers upholstered on Monday mock screen stage. (Tina Lovgreen / CBC)

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Sukhi Pangalia, a friend of Sangha who knew more than 20 years ago, said he was shocked by Sangha.

"I did not know any idea, trace or know about such activities," said Pangali. "I honestly do not believe I could participate in any of these activities. I'm very impressed."

Pangalia said Sangha was "a legend" in the Punjabi community and called him a "stand-up guy" ready for anyone to help.

"He loved our exemplary culture. He prefers to promote culture and be a tutor for children. That's his legacy."

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Jang said that the latest revelations on Sangha do not affect IHIT's death.

The output of the shooter was left behind in black four-door, Cambie Road 5 kilometers off the road. Close by the road, about 100 meters walking distance.

Shooter saw the crime scene in this four-door black sedan. (IHIT)

The police have asked the people who have been in the car. Dashcam is looking for video among Surrey and Richmond, among others, who travel on the Highway 99 or 91, 11:46 a.m. and 12:49 p.m.

Anyone with whom IHIT contact information is IHIT 1-877-551-4448 or [email protected]. People who want to remain anonymous may call the Crime Stoppers.

The researchers blocked 14600 blocks through Southview Drive to fix the shooting of Raj Sangha on Monday night. (Shane Mackichan)

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