Bimal Kaur witnessed her husband’s progression to Sikhi and was his strong and supportive partner as he readied himself for his great task. She was the mother of three young children when her husband achieved Shahidi for his great act of justice. Instead of letting her husband’s brutal death destroy her, Bibi ji emerged as a strong Panthik leader.
Bimal Kaur was part of a group of uncompromising Panthik activists elected from Punjab in the 1989 federal election. These were Khalistani activists who were trying to use peaceful means to achieve Panthik aims. However the government could not abide to have the voices of independence minded Sikhs be heard. They would literally turn off the microphones when she and the others would try to speak in parliament.
Bibi ji died under very suspicious circumstances in 1991, leaving her three young children orphaned.
The following, and the quote in the image, are taken from Vangar in 1993: “I'm very proud of being his wife, the government can say what they want, because at the time of Shaheed Bhagat Singh he was treated as a terrorist by his own government. They did not support him then, but today there are statues of him all across India, and government ministers queue up to adorn him with garlands of flowers.” ...