An officer’s car was blocked by 40 Punjabi youths in Surrey; they face deportation

An officer's car was blocked by 40 Punjabi youths in Surrey; they face deportation
An officer's car was blocked by 40 Punjabi youths in Surrey; they face deportation

On Wednesday, 40 Punjabi youths surrounded and blocked a police officer’s duty, car, and exit path in Surrey, resulting in an obstruction of justice case and deportation.

According to Constable Sarbjit Sangha of the Canadian Police, this group engaged in lawlessness when a police officer stopped a car driver who had been blaring loud music for three hours around Strawberry Hill Plaza 72nd avenue.

The officer was obstructed by several youths who misbehaved and blocked his path.

In addition to contributing greatly to the economy and development of Canada, Singha said some elements were causing problems.

About 40 youths, mainly students and visitors, are being investigated and facing deportation, according to the video recording.