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Canadian police find car linked to 1985 Air India bombing man’s slaying

Surrey [Canada]Canadian police investigating the murder of Ripudaman Singh Malik, who was acquitted in the 1985 Air India terror bombing case, have recovered the car linked to the targeted killing.

On Friday, the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team released video of a white Honda CRV driving through the area shortly before Malik, 75, was shot, CBC News reported.

Ripudaman was killed Thursday morning in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada.

Confirming the news, Malik’s brother Jaspal Singh told ANI. “We are uncertain as to who killed Ripudaman. Her younger sister is on her way to Canada.” a crucial role in the bombing of Air India Flight 182 Kanishka.

On June 23, 1985, a bomb exploded on Air India Flight 182 from Canada off the coast of Ireland, killing 329 passengers and crew. This involved more than 280 Canadian citizens, including 29 entire families and 86 children under the age of 12.

Ripudaman Malik is believed to have been associated with the Babbar Khalsa, a terrorist organization responsible for many terror incidents in Punjab, and was also a close associate of Talwinder Singh Parmar, the alleged mastermind of the Air India bombing.

Babbar Khalsa is an international terrorist organization and is banned by several countries, including the US, Canada and India.

Malik and his accomplice, Ajaib Singh Bagri, were acquitted in 2005 of charges of mass murder and conspiracy. Notably, Malik spent four years in prison before his acquittal and later asked for $9.2 million in legal fees, but a British Columbia judge rejected the claims.

The terrorist bombing of AI Flight 182 remains Canada’s worst terrorist attack to date.

Most of the victims were Canadians, and the bombing was the result of a conspiracy conceived, planned and executed in Canada. (ANI)

Canadian police find car linked to 1985 Air India bombing man’s slaying

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