Canada: Killed the man suspected of the attack in the Air India flight on 1985 which caused 329 deaths
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Canada: Killed the man suspected of the attack in the Air India flight on 1985 which caused 329 deaths

The 75-year-old man was shot several times in Surrey

The Canadian of Sikh origin Ripudaman Singh Malik was killed following a shooting, who was accused, and later acquitted, for the most serious attack in Canadian history: the attack on the Air India flight in 1985 which resulted in the death of 329 people. The 75-year-old man was shot several times in Surrey, a town in eastern Canada Malik. A car would have been found that should have been used in the ambush.

Malik was accused of planting a bomb on Air India Montreal-Nueva Delhi flight 182 with a stopover in London which exploded over the Atlantic in sight of the Irish coast. Another bomb hidden in a briefcase, also destined for another Air India plane, exploded on the same day at Tokyo airport, killing two people. In 2005, Malik was acquitted of all charges by the Canadian court which found the prosecution’s previous testimony unreliable.