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PATH OF A BULLET Bullet missed grandmother's head by inches in bedroom in Tuesday shooting in Surrey

The bullet hole just above the bed in the parents' bedroom.

The garage door of the building on the right is the one through which a bullet penetrated all the way to the back wall of that suite. The victim was chased by the gunman through the narrow pathway between the two houses towards the Strawberry Hills Elementary School situated in the back. BY RATTAN MALL YOU probably hear of this happening only in Hollywood or Bollywood movies. But for this family from Gujarat it was a surreal experience as that one bullet zipped through the garage door in front of the building, entering the couple’s bedroom then going through the closet between that bedroom and the next one before hitting the back wall and falling on the floor just behind the bed. And in that process, the bullet

could have hit three members of the family – only that the father, who had been reading in bed, had The spot just above the grandmother's head from where decided to get up and leave his the bullet entered the second bedroom. bedroom just a minute before the shooting; the grandmother, who was standing near the wall in the adjoining bedroom, was a few inches shorter than the spot from where the bullet entered that room; and her teenage granddaughter, who she was urging to get out of bed as it was too early to sleep, was still laying down. The bullet mark on the back wall of the suite from where the bullet fell to the ground. CONTINUED ON 2





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That was around 6 p.m. on Tuesday (September 15) at the house in a cul-de-sac at 75th Avenue and 124th Street beside Strawberry Hills Elementary School. The utter brazenness of the criminal elements involved in the shooting has shocked the residents of that cul-de-sac. One of them told The VOICE that normally at that time he plays with badminton with his kids in front of his house that is just next to the one that was hit by that bullet. Fortunately, he had gone out that day. When he tried to return home, he complained to me that the police did not let him go back to his kids for a couple of hours although he showed his ID. He said other residents too were told they could not go back to their homes. THIS was the third shooting incident since last Saturday in Surrey. Surrey RCMP said one person was injured following a confrontation between two groups in two vehicles in the area. Police were contacted by BC Ambulance Service (BCAS) who had received a call from a gunshot victim. Police were on scene within a few minutes and located one person with an apparent gunshot wound in the area. RCMP said the victim is a 22-year-old male known to police. He was transported

by BCAS to a local area hospital. Although serious, the victim’s injuries appeared to be non-life threatening. Several bullets struck the elementary school behind the houses in the cul-desac as one gunman apparently chased the victim who ran through a narrow passageway between two houses towards the school. DURING that chase, one bullet ripped through that house at the side of the passageway. Samina Sufi narrated her family’s terrifying experience to me as she pointed out the bullet holes inside her house as her mother looked on. She said that her family had been living in the house for the past year and were to move out at the end of this month as they had just bought their own house. This was the last thing they could have imagined. She said that it took them all some time to figure out what exactly had happened. When the bullet crashed through the bedrooms and fell behind the bed, they thought that there was some electrical problem that had caused something to fall down. She was in an adjoining room and thought the sound was that of her neighbour, who was working on the balcony on top of their suite in the back,

falling down. She went out to check on him and he warned her to get back inside as one man was chasing another man and shooting away. “We had never heard the sound of firing before,” she explained. Within minutes, the place was flooded with police officers. SURREY RCMP Cpl. Scotty Schumann said on Tuesday: “The investigation is in its infancy and it’s too early to make any connections to other Lower Mainland shootings. We can say that the incident appears to be targeted given just two vehicles were involved. Our Major Crime Unit, patrol officers, and Integrated Forensic Identification Services are all on scene conducting a thorough examination of the area. The neighborhood is also being canvassed for witnesses and any other evidence. We’re hoping that anyone with information about these two groups will come forward and help us advance the investigation.” As a result of this incident, Surrey RCMP cordoned off Strawberry Hill Elementary School and the 7500 block of 123A Street on Tuesday evening in order to collect and search for evidence. On Thursday, Schumann pointed out to The VOICE, in answer to my question about the incident being possibly linked to the

ongoing turf war between two groups of low-level drug traffickers in Surrey, that police have to first identify all the people involved in the incident before they can conclusively say it is or it isn’t connected to that conflict. Police haven’t yet identified the men inviolved. Previous shootings MONDAY: Three or four shots were fired by occupants of a white jeep at a black Chevrolet Corvette in the 13200-block of 89th Avenue around 5:14 p.m. on September 14. Surrey RCMP said they received several phone calls from witnesses about a white jeep chasing a black Corvette in the area of 132nd Street and 89th Avenue. Police went into action immediately with a large number of members; however, they couldn’t track down the vehicles. Police said they found evidence in the area showing shots had been fired. They could not find anyone who had received injuries and there were no signs of damage. Surrey RCMP’s Major Crime Unit is following up on leads in this case. No arrests have been made. “The investigation is still in its early stages, but initial indications are that this incident is targeted and that the parties involved likely knew each other. It is too early to tell if this

incident is linked to any other conflicts in Surrey,” said police. SATURDAY: There was a shooting incident involving two vehicles on September 12 in the 6800-block of 128th Street shortly after 6:35 p.m. Police recovered evidence of shots fired in the 6800block of 128th Street, but couldn’t find anyone connected to the shooting. They had rushed to the scene after receiving several reports of shot being fired. Then Surrey RCMP received another call from a male who said that he was driving on 128th Street approaching 68th Avenue when another vehicle pulled besides him and fired several shots at his vehicle. He drove a short distance away and then called the police to report it. Police said that this shooting did not appear to be a random act. However, they were unable to say whether this shooting is linked to any other shootings. Occupants of the vehicle provided very limited information to the investigators. If anyone has any information about these shootings, they are asked to call 604599-0502 or, if they wish to remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers at 1800-222-TIPS or

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Jarrod Sidhu joins dad in Vancouver Police Department

Jarrod Sidhu and family members with Vancouver Police Chief Constable Adam Palmer. IT was a day of great pride for the Sidhu family on Thursday as Jarrod Sidhu was sworn in as one of the 13 newest members of the Vancouver Police Department, joining his dad Vancouver Police Sergeant Tej Sidhu. The Class of 149 also included: Lianne Araki, Jason Barham, Renan Cabrera, Daniel Cameron, Michael Duff, Devon Golchin, Justin Kurtz,

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degree in criminology from Kwantlen Polytechnic University, and worked in the service industry managing a large restaurant. In 2013, Jarrod was hired as an auxiliary community safety officer and jail guard with the Vancouver Police Department, and has volunteered with the Delta Police Department. Jarrod speaks Punjabi.

20-year-old male shot in Richmond in targeted hit on Monday night A 20-year old male was found suffering from gunshot wounds and was taken to hospital for treatment just before 11:30 p.m. on Monday (September 14) after Richmond RCMP responded to calls about shots fired at an address in the 13000-block of Vulcan Way. He has been subsequently released. A second male was involved but neither has been entirely cooperative with police. No other injuries were reported. A silver vehicle was seen fleeing the

scene. This vehicle is believed to be the car found set ablaze a short distance from the scene of the shooting. “We are very thankful that no one else was injured in this incident. The Richmond RCMP Serious Crimes Unit has taken custody of this investigation. Our officers will continue to work with the victim in an attempt to gain his cooperation. He is known to police and we believe this was a targeted incident,” says Corporal Dennis Hwang.

Richmond RCMP continues to work with partner agencies in the Lower Mainland to determine if there is a connection to other shooting incidents. Police continue to seek witnesses who may have been in the area. If you have any information on this crime, contact Richmond RCMP at 604-278-1212. To leave a tip on this crime, email or, to remain anonymous, call CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

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Harpreet Singh Vaid, 21, faces 14 charges in Abbotsford pellet gun attacks, second person yet to be identified ABBOTSFORD Police announced on Thursday that their investigation into the pellet gun attack spree last July has resulted in 14 charges being approved against 21-yearold Harpreet Singh Vaid. The accused faces seven counts of discharge of an air gun with intent to injure and seven counts of assault with a weapon. Police thanked the many individuals who provided information and witness accounts to police that contributed tremendously to the identification of the suspect and the subsequent charges. However, police still haven’t been able to track down a second person.

pellet gun attacks at various locations in the city between July 18 and 27, Constable Ian MacDonald had said: “Our work is continuing as we seek to identify and locate at least one other person involved in the assaults and mischief. Recent video footage obtained by police clearly shows a

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Toronto Police looking for “Amritpal” for alleged sexual assault THE Toronto Police Service is requesting the public's assistance in identifying a man wanted for an alleged sexual assault. Police said that on Tuesday (September 15), a 25-year-old woman entered an Uber vehicle in the Yonge Street / Eglinton Avenue area. The driver drove the woman to her home in the Lawrence Avenue West / Avenue Road area. He reportedly sexu-

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Tribute paid to Shaheed Baba Nihal Singh and Baba Harnam Singh at India Cultural Centre of Canada RESIDENTS of Talhan village in Jalandhar district of Punjab have been doing a commendable job in paying tribute to two prominent figures from their village - Shaheed Baba Nihal Singh and Baba Harnam Singh. As part of this process they have raised thousands of dollars for some very worthwhile causes. This year was their 23rd function held at India Cultural Centre of Canada’s Gurdwara Nanak Niwas. On the 15th anniversary of their remembrance, Talhan residents in Metro Vancouver raised and donated $10,000 to Vancouver Children’s Hospital. Again, on the 20th anniversary they raised and donated $21,000 to the BC Cancer Society. As in previous years, a large number of residents of Talhan along with their friends, well-wishers and relatives turned out to pay tribute to Shaheed Baba Nihal Singh and Baba Harnam Singh on all three days (September 11 to 13 ) at the gurdwara. One of Talhan residents - Jasbir Jassi – presented a booklet of his research and tribute to both of these distinguished personalities. The booklet was presented by Jassi to India Cultural Centre of Canada’s Chairman Asa Singh Johal. Special guests on this occasion included Attorney General and Minister of Justice Suzanne Anton. She made brief remarks and was then presented with a plaque by Johal. Then the new Indian Consul General in Vancouver, Rajiv Kumar Chander, was invited to address the audience. Chander joined India’s Foreign Service in 1983 after obtaining his degrees in history and law. A native of Jalandhar (Punjab), Chander has a distinguished career as a diplomat. During the past 32 years, he has served around the globe in different capacities starting with his first assignment at the Embassy of India in

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Conservative minority projected as federal NDP falters IN a random sampling of public opinion taken September 14-15 by the Forum Poll among 1,402 Canadian voters, close to one third will vote Conservative in the coming federal election (32%), compared to 3-in-10 who will vote NDP (30%) and just fewer who will vote Liberal (28%). These results represent a sharp loss of vote share for the NDP since last week (September 10 - 36%). At the same time, there has been a slightly smaller increase for the Conservatives (from 28%). Few will vote Green (6%) or Bloc Quebecois (4%) or for other parties (1%). If these results are projected up to the 338seat House of Commons, the Conservatives would take 138, 32 seats short of a majority, while the NDP would be the Opposition with 113 seats. The Liberals would hold the balance of power with 86 seats, the Greens would seat their leader and no other party would be represented. Conservatives lead in Ontario, prairies, Alberta; NDP in Quebec, BC

The Liberals dominate in the Atlantic provinces (45%) and the other two parties tie for second (Conservatives - 24%, NDP 26%). In the prairies, the Conservatives lead again (42%) and the Liberals (27%) and NDP (28%) tie for second. In Alberta, it’s all Conservative (52%), and the Liberals (22%) and NDP (20%) vie for distant second. The NDP leads in BC (38%), and the Conservatives (29%) and Liberals (24%) strive for second place. Switchers in each party One quarter of those who voted Liberal in 2011 will vote NDP now (24%), and a fifth of past New Democrats will vote Liberal this time around (21%). Just fewer Conservatives from 2011 are voting Liberal this time (16%) and a tenth are voting NDP (9%). Very few past Liberals or New Democrats will vote Conservative, though. Conservative voters the most committed

In vote rich Ontario, where the parties have been roughly tied, the Conservatives now lead (37%), the Liberals are second (31%) and the NDP trail (24%). In strategic Quebec, the NDP are in front (38%), while the Liberals (25%) and the Conservatives (20%) contend for second, while the Bloc Quebecois is in third (13%).

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The Conservatives (29%) and NDP (28%) are equally likely to be seen as the victors in this electoral contest, while the Liberals trail (23%). This represents improvement on this predictive measure for the Conservatives since last week (September 10 - 26%) and a corresponding drop for the NDP (from 33%). Tom Mulcair still seen as best PM Three-in-ten voters see Tom Mulcair as the best Prime Minister (30%), while one quarter think this description fits Stephen Harper (25%). Fewer select Justin Trudeau (19%). These results represent a slight decrease for Trudeau (from 22%). Harper’s approval up sharply

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RAJ Brar is a tall, handsome Punjabi celebrity, who is an accomplished songwriter, singer, producer and director, among other things. During his visit to the Lower Mainland earlier this month, he courageously spoke out on a matter

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Businessman Bruce Kehler gives $25,000 for back-to-school supplies for over 100 underserved Surrey students BRUCE Kehler, CEO of Canex Building Supplies Ltd. of Chilliwack, helped make the backto-school season a whole lot brighter for over 100 underserved Surrey students. He announced an incredible back-to-school donation of $25,000 in the form of $250 gift cards to the Surrey Urban Mission Society Day Camp Adventures students. These funds will help to accelerate urgently needed progress for children from disadvantaged families. The announcement was made at the The Surrey Urban Mission Summer Camp closing ceremony, which took place at the Surrey Urban Mission Place. Organized by Jonquil Hallgate, the event was attended by several dignitaries,

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Director Baljit Sangra’s “Many Rivers Home” to air on Saturday on OMNI “MANY Rivers Home,” a personal documentary about aging, love, and community directed by Baljit Sangra will air on Saturday, September 19 at 10 p.m. in B.C. and Alberta on OMNI 2 and on Sunday, September 20 at 10 p.m. (PST) in Ontario on OMNI 1. It’s presented by Vivamantra Films and OMNI TV. All things contemplative and passionate, soothing and sad, Many Rivers Home is a documentary about the obligations of living and the necessities of old age and death. Sangra follows an examination of aging and family bonds in the South Asian community, and shifts from a personal account of her own mother to a wider view of the community. The story is set chiefly in a nursing home run by the Progressive Intercultural Community Services (PICS), an organization dedicated to care of South Asian seniors in the Lower Mainland of British

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AMSSA’s Diversity Awards recognize dedicated leaders who strengthen diversity and inclusion in B.C. AN independent awards committee selected the following organization and individuals for recognition for the 11th annual AMSSA Diversity Awards that will be presented on September 18 at the VanDusen Botanical Garden to recognize the work that AMSSA member agencies, staff, and volunteers do to promote and strengthen diversity in the province: * Riasat Ali Khan Award – MOSAIC in Vancouver MOSAIC, the recipient of the 2015

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South Asian writers are making waves Mahua, Surinder Kaur, Uppi Khaira, Amrik Plahi, Vinod Kanwal, Suman Sharma and Narinder Bhagi.

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WE WILL MISS YOU ALWAYS LT. COL. HAZARA SINGH, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Swarn Kaur, son of Sher Singh of Chohka village of Hoshiarpur district, Punjab. Lt. Col. Hazara Singh, a distinguished soldier, joined the Indian Armed Services during WWII and took active part in various battles in North Africa including the famous battle of ElAlamein. After commission, he served in various capacities in command and staff appointments in the Corps of Signals. Post-retirement, he settled in Sector 33-B, Chandigarh, and was an active social and religious figure, He was one of the founder presidents of Guru Teg Bahadur Gurudwara Sahib, Sector 34, Chandigarh. He left for his heavenly abode peacefully at the ripe age of 93 on 23rd August 2015 and will be fondly remembered and missed by family and friends. Contact: Heer family at 604-327-5516

LOCAL South Asian writers participated in the book launch of the anthology “Rainbow” on September 12 at Strawberry Hill Public Library hall in Surrey. It is for the first time that selected literary pieces of the South Asian writers of Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu and Bangla languages were translated into English and put together in an anthology. The South Asian Literary Society of Canada (SALSOC) has already published two anthologies, but in those books the original scripts of the writers - Devnagri (Hindi), Urdu, Gurmukhi (Punjabi) and Bangla were used. To reach out to mainstream people and young IndoCanadians also it was decided by the executive of SALSOC to publish the works of writers in the English language. This book contains literary works of 35 writers from across Canada. Some of the writers translated their own work while others got it translated. Any translation cannot escape the impact of the translator's own opinions and notions. Another problem is the use of slang, idiom and folksy words. Also, most of the South Asian languages use various degrees of gender while in English it is used in a limited way; then the problem is from gender using to non-gender using language. Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu and Bangla languages originated in India where they were developed. They use a lot of common words and are all influenced to some extent by a common culture. But when we translate these writings into English, then we have to make some sacrifices and compromises. M. Rafiq, Secretary of SALSOC, welcomed the guests. Acharya S.P.Dwivedi spoke on the theme of translation and M. Afzal Malik, Vice President, outlined the vision and activities of organization. Basant Bath of Basant Motors, who financed the publication of Rainbow, was the chief guest. He launched the book and recited a few lines of his newly composed poem. Ashok Bhargava, one of the members of Editorial Board, emphasized that writers should write fearlessly without care of others’ comments or reaction. The Kavi Darbar was chaired by poet Narinder Bhagi “Barham.” Other poets who participated: Nadeem Parmar, Suresh Kurl, Herdev Sodhi 'Ashak', Janardan Pandey, Brajinder Dhillon, Madhu Varshney, Anand Jain, Akter S.


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By Cedric Hughes

THE conclusion of this year’s US Open tennis tournament held in Flushing MeadowsCorona Park at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center has coincided with publication in Canadian newspapers of the New York Times obituary for Irving Harper. Mr. Harper died, aged 99, on August 4th at his home in Rye, New York. The connection? In 1963, Irving Harper was the director of design at George Nelson Associates, the firm hired to design the Chrysler Pavilion for the 1964 World’s Fair in Queens, New York —the sight that today houses—amongst other facilities including Shea Stadium—Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. The Chrysler Pavilion, the smallest of the ‘Big Three’ car company pavilions at the 1964/65 fair has nevertheless managed to hold its own in the history

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frog and others guarded by a 22-foot zookeeper, all made entirely of car parts. On Operations Island 10 ‘showmen’ statues in an enclosed, semi-circular stage each told a story about “a special facet of Chrysler activities— Space, Missiles, Defense, Amplex, Airtemp, Parts, Chemical, Marine, Industrial Products and International.” The fifth island contained ‘Show-Go-Round’, four separate auditoriums blended into one huge structure, the white roof of which formed a huge ‘Pentastar’, “the symbol of Chrysler Corporation activities all over the world.” Each of the four separate audiences could simultaneously watch a different part of the fourphased performance mounted on a 70-foot revolving stage concluding with the unveiling of a completely-assembled puppet-built “experimental car” designed by a young genius auto designer featured in the film portion of the performance. Interviewed about the Chrysler Pavilion project in 2014, Mr. Harper recalled he considered taking up knitting or any activity that would “take his mind off the stress— something repetitive and soothing he could do at home in the evening.” And thus were born Mr. Harper’s small ‘jaw-drop-

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IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH Probate Case No. 2 of 2013 Ranjit Singh son of Late Amar Singh resident of village Handiaya, Tehsil and District Barnala and Ors. Vs. General Public and Ors.

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Respondent No14 Smt. Balbir Kaur d/o Amar Kaur w/o Late S Bakhshish Singh, w/o S. Daljit Singh Gill, resident of 10, Nautical Drive Brompton ONT, Canada. Whereas the petitioners Ranjit Singh, Sukhjit Singh and Ajit Singh sons of Late Amar Singh, residents of Village Handiaya, Tehsil and District Barnala have filed Petition U/S 276/278 read with Section 300 of Indian Succession Act,1925 for grant of letter of Administration/probate in their favour on the basis that their parents namely Sh. Amar Singh who died on 09.07.2012 in the village Handiaya, Tehsil and District Barnala without executing any will and the petitioners are seeking letter of administration to administered the properties of deceased and whereas petition has been fixed for hearing on 02.11.2015 (Actual) in this Court the citation is being issued in terms of Section 283 of the Indian Succession Act. 1925 to the General Public and to all concerned having interest in the estate of the deceased name above to come and file objection(s), if any, on or before the date of hearing. Given under my hand and the seal of this Court this 14th date of July, 2015. Sd/Superintendent Grade-I (Civil) For Assistant Registrar (Civil)

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