Dimpy Chandbhan Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Following alleged surveillance from Sukhna Lake Club to Sector 8, notorious mobster Prabhjinder Singh, also known as Dimpy Chandbhan, was fatally shot by assailants.

The incident occurred around 8:55 p.m. as Dimpy was on his way to his partner Harneev Kaur’s home in Sector 8 after dining at the club. Two assailants on a motorcycle approached their vehicle and opened fire while they were driving down in a blue Swift car.

Dimpy Chandbhan, a gangster, was in communication with his friend Harneev Dhillon multiple times between 7:26 and 8:38 p.m. on Friday. However, just moments before the shooting, Harneev assured Dimpy that everything was fine and there was no need for concern.

Dimpy’s death was a result of multiple gunshot wounds to his stomach and chest, while Harneev sustained injuries to her right hand, jaw, and torso. Despite her injuries, she managed to drive the vehicle back home and call for help. Dimpy was rushed to General Hospital, Sector 16, where he was pronounced dead. Harneev’s condition is said to be critical.

Dimpy was unusually alone at the time of the incident, as he typically had about 20 armed individuals accompanying him. According to sources, the attack was carried out by a rival gang from Uttar Pradesh, as it was their operational territory.

They indicated their intention to reconstruct the sequence of events, supported by Harneev’s initial statement, in which he allegedly accused Dimpy of calling him alone outside the club.

Dimpy Chandbhan’s Family Background
Dimpy hailed from a prominent landowning family in Chand Bhan village, located in the Faridkot district.

His entry into the criminal world dates back to 1985 when he was linked to the murder of Makhan Singh, a student leader at Panjab University in Chandigarh.

As the sole son of a widowed mother, Dimpy possessed significant land holdings and cultivated connections within the realms of crime and politics. Although not prominently associated with the terrorism in Punjab, he had affiliations with various criminal factions, the leaders of which went on to hold positions as MLAs and MPs.

Engaging in activities such as contract killing, abduction, and extortion, Dimpy joined major gangs in Uttar Pradesh, operating as an enforcer for a faction of politicians across Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, and Haryana.

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