One of the two people shot at a King Street nightclub over the weekend has died, according to Toronto police. The shooting occurred shortly after 3:30 a.m. on July 17 at the EFS Social Club at 647 King Street West, near Bathurst Street.
When police entered the building, they found two people who had been shot. Afterward, a 26-year-old man was taken to hospital with serious injuries, and a 24-year-old woman was taken to hospital with serious injuries.
Police reported Monday night that the male victim died in hospital from his injuries. Police identified him as Pardeep Brar, 26, of Brampton. The injured woman has now been treated and released.
What happened to Pardeep Brar? EFS nightclub shooting victim dies
Two people, including Brampton resident Pardeep Brar, 26, were shot dead at the EFS Social Club at 3.33 am on July 11. Officers from the 14th Division were controlling the crowd on King Street and Bathurst Street when they heard gunfire.
With no signs of life, he was found inside the EFS nightclub. Police began CPR on him before paramedics arrived. He was taken to hospital and eventually died.
Pardeep is Toronto’s 39th homicide of the year. Just hours before the horrific nightclub shooting, a man was shot and killed outside Scotiabank Arena.
Pardeep Brar obituary details
A colleague of Bennett Jones, Pardeep Brar, has died; his obituary has not been made public. Currently, Brar’s friends and family are grieving his horrific death and are in a state of extreme despair.
There is currently no suspicious information. Toronto police are seeking the public’s help in locating potential suspects in the case.
Call the police at (416) 808-7400, call Crime Stoppers anonymously at (416) 222-TIPS (8477), or submit a tip online at www.222tips.com if you have information about the shooting or the footage. This includes witnesses who were in the nightclub at the time of the incident.
Pardeep Brar Discovery from Toronto Wife and Family
Toronto native Pardeep Brar has been hiding the identity of her wife and family from the wider public. Brar is a reclusive person who likes to live a lonely life.
Pardeep practices general corporate commercial law with a focus on commercial transactions, corporate finance and corporate governance. Before becoming a partner, he worked as an intern and wrote an article for Bennett Jones.
In 2016, he graduated from the University of Waterloo with a Bachelor of Civil Engineering. Additionally, he received his Juris Doctor degree from Osgood Hall School of Law in 2019.