One of the two psychological oppressors who was remanded to legal jail in Vancouver, British Columbia, was Ripudaman Singh Malik, an occupant of British Columbia and a local of Punjab.

Malik was an individual from the fear based oppressor bunch Babbar Khalsa, which has been connected to various assaults in Punjab. Talwinder Singh Parmar, who directed one of the Babbar Khalsa groups prior to being killed by the Punjab Police in 1992, was likewise his dear companion.

Malik, who moved to Canada in 1972, first functioned as a taxi driver prior to turning into a fruitful money manager. He is remembered to have added to subsidizing the besieging of the Kanishka, per Canadian sources.

Was Ripudaman Singh Malik Shot Dead? Surrey Shooting Update Ripudaman Singh Malik might have been shot dead on the grounds that, as per the Indian Hindustan Times paper, on January 18, he purportedly composed a letter to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He shared his “profound genuine appreciation” for the public authority’s “uncommon positive advances taken for the Sikh people group.”

Per a press proclamation from the Surrey RCMP, they answered a gunfire report on Thursday in the 8200-block of 128 Street. Police found a man with shot injuries.

Helping cops originally gave the casualty help until crisis clinical benefits assumed control over his treatment. On the scene, the casualty died from his injuries.

That’s what police expressed “this has all the earmarks of being a designated shooting.” The suspect vehicle was found totally ablaze in the 12200-block of 82 Avenue.

Police are as yet looking for the suspects and a second vehicle that could have been utilized as a fast vehicle as the request is still in its beginning phases. The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team (IHIT) has been reached to lead the examination.

Anybody with data in regards to this occasion, run camera film, or nearby video observation is asked to call the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502 or Crime Stoppers in the event that they decide to stay mysterious at 1-800-222-8477 or online at

Ripudaman Singh Malik Net Worth Ripudaman Singh Malik and his significant other pronounced $11.6 million in total assets at a security hearing in 2000, as per Doust, showing he plainly had the assets to support his legitimate protection group.

Malik managed the 16,000-part Khalsa Credit Union (KCU), arranged in Vancouver, which is said to have $110 million in resources. As indicated by Canadian specialists, Malik regulated two Khalsa instructive associations that got financing from the British Columbian government.

Because of the supposed monetary help they provided for the widow of Talvinder Singh Parmar, these scholastic foundations and the KCU have every now and again drawn contention.

As per Canadian news reports, Malik supposedly sent cash to the Federal Liberal Party and went to pledge drives for Canadian Premier Jean Chretien.

It is asserted that during the RCMP examinations, Malik spoke with Ujjal Dosanjh, the Indo-Canadian Premier of British Columbia and simultaneously the area’s Attorney General.

As per sources in Canada, the RCMP did essential hunts on KCU in 1999 to examine the activities of the International Sikh Youth Federation, which held gatherings at the Khalsa school associated with KCU.

Malik and Ajaib Singh Bagri are individuals from the fundamentalist piece of the Sikh people group in Canada, and it is said that they participated in successive savage clash with additional moderate gatherings with an end goal to oversee well off gurudwaras.

— Manjinder Singh Sirsa (@mssirsa) January 19, 2022

Meet Ripudaman Singh Malik Wife Ripudaman Singh Malik was hitched to his significant other, Ravinder. They shared youngsters together. Nonetheless, their character is covered up.

Malik supervised Khalsa schools in Canada and was viewed as not blameworthy in 2005 of the 1985 bombarding of the Air India Kanishka.

Notwithstanding the Vancouver Education Board educational program, Punjabi language and culture are instructed at the Khalsa school. Understudies who concentrate on the Sikh religion, particularly kirtan, over the late spring break.