BRAMPTON – Halton Regional Police is behind the Indo-Canadian bad-boy on beating up three Canadian Men from Brampton. The things caught serious when the real estate rental deal gone sour. Those three men were beaten up with sticks and bats on the Halton-Brampton on Wednesday morning. Police have issued an arrest warrant against the Indo-Canadian boy Rankirat Singh in case of beating up three people and left injured. According to the sources, the things got heated up when the landlord reneged on a $2500 rental and the middleman was forced to give $500 more. The middleman was moved to corner and several men were beaten up.
Singh is to be caught for two charges one for the aggravated assault and the other one for the causing harm to the body.
Many Facebook videos have been uploaded of the Indian Students and the Indo-Canadian hooligans beating the unsuspected men. The Canadian Government needs to take strict action against the arrival of potential hordes of the students from India, especially the north.
Two victims aged 28 and 26 are in the hospital covering from the head injury. According to the police, both of them were in serious condition but now the condition is in under control. Det. Const. Dylan Price of the One District Criminal Investigations Bureau said,”the third victim is recovering himself at home. Halton Police is working on outstanding aspects to identify the case.” According to the investigators’ reports, they are sure that there can be other 8-20 people are involved in this incident.
According to the police, one of the victims arrange the real estate deal and was paid by Singh.
But the property owner decided against the lease deal, and the victim arranged a meeting to return the deposit, just after midnight, according to police. Price said police are not revealing where that meeting had been scheduled to take place.
The casualty took two friends with him, but when they arrived, they saw a few men with what had all the earmarks of being sticks and bats, as indicated by police.
They tried to escape in their pickup truck, however at a red light at Winston Churchill Boul. furthermore, Steeles Ave., they were caught and beaten.
Police break in a Brampton house on Thursday and seized two vehicles they assert were associated with the assault, and a few “sticks and a twirly doo,” as per the press release.
Police said the public is helping in the investigation, and they released a message for the wanted man:
To Mr. Singh and the people included, contact a legal lawyer and arrange a safety shelter to surrender to the investigators,” said Det. Sgt. Dave Costantini. “The investigation is in the process and police wish to thanks the individuals from people in general and media who have given essential data with respect to this investigation.”
Anyone with the information of the accused is supposed to call Acting Detective Dylan Price of the Halton Regional Police Service One District Criminal Investigations Bureau at 905-825-4747 ext. 2422.