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Mr. Ripudaman Singh Malik

Wrong Ripudaman Singh Malik?

Principal

Khalsa School
 
Background

Employment History

  • President
    Khalsa Credit Union
  • Founder - Member Or A Financier
    Babbar Khalsa International
  • Activist
    Babbar Khalsa International

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Founder
    Khalsa School
  • Millionaire Founder
    Surrey Khalsa School
  • Millionaire Founder
    Surrey's Khalsa School and Surrey
  • Board Member
    Khalsa Credit Union
  • Member
    Babbar Khalsa International
23 Total References
Web References
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper ...
www.deccanherald.com, 25 April 2011 [cached]
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper has denied that his Conservative party has any links with Ripudaman Singh Malik, who was acquitted in the Air India bombing case.
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Malik was tried for the bombing of the Air India Kanishka flight from Canada to India in June 1985 that killed all 329 people on board, and acquitted in 2005. Last week, he created ripples when Indo-Canadian candidate Ujjal Dosanjh alleged that Malik was supporting his opponent Wai Young in the Vancouver South constituency.
In his complaint to the Canadian election commission, Dosanjh said his opponent campaigned at Vancouver's Khalsa School founded by Malik.
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She has been very clear: she and her campaign have no links and do not welcome in any way Mr. Malik into this party. We're absolutely clear on that," the prime minister told the media at his party rally in the Toronto suburb of Mississauga Saturday.
In a separate statement, the Conservative party also defended its candidate against Dosanjh's charges, saying: "The Conservative party candidate in Vancouver-South was unaware of Ripudaman Singh Malik's background or relationship with the Khalsa School." Wai Young herself denied political links to Malik.
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"No one involved with this school or Ripudaman Singh Malik is involved in my campaign nor have I ever asked for his support."
But Dosanjh has dismissed her statement and said: "She couldn't have been ignorant of Mr. Malik. Mr. Malik is an instantly recognisable face to those who have followed the news in British Columbia (province) over the last 25 years."
Malik also made headlines last week when the Canadian supreme court allowed recovery of $5.2 million from him in legal fees during the Air India trial.
Ripudaman Singh Malik is not ...
harrytsai.ca [cached]
Ripudaman Singh Malik is not involved in the Conservative candidate in Vancouver South's campaign, nor that of any other Conservative Party candidate. he Conservative Party candidate in Vancouver-South was unaware of Ripudaman Singh Malik's background or relationship with the Khalsa School. The invitation to speak at the Khalsa School was extended to her by its Principal, not by Ripudaman Singh Malik.
The Conservative Party of Canada as well as the Conservative candidate in Vancouver South reject any endorsement from individuals such as Ripudaman Singh Malik.
Reyat, the admitted bomb maker, was ...
www.surreyleader.com, 20 July 2012 [cached]
Reyat, the admitted bomb maker, was supposed to testify for the Crown at the 2005 trial of Ripudaman Singh Malik, the millionaire founder of the Surrey Khalsa School and the Surrey-based Khalsa Credit Union, and co-accused Ajaib Singh Bagri, a sawmill worker from Kamloops.
Ripudaman Singh Malik, the ...
www.mapleridgenews.com, 9 April 2005 [cached]
Ripudaman Singh Malik, the millionaire founder of the Surrey Khalsa School and the Surrey-based Khalsa Credit Union, and co-accused Ajaib Singh Bagri, a sawmill worker from Kamloops, were found not guilty at the close of Canada's longest and most expensive trial.
Ripudaman Singh Malik, the ...
www.peacearchnews.com, 5 April 2005 [cached]
Ripudaman Singh Malik, the millionaire founder of Surrey's Khalsa School and Surrey-based Khalsa Credit Union, and co-accused Ajaib Singh Bagri, a Kamloops sawmill worker, were found not guilty at the close of Canada's longest and most expensive trial.
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