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Sudhir Suri Age, Death, Wife, Children, Family, Biography & More

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Religion: Hinduism
Profession: Politician
Age: 58 Years

Sudhir Suri

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Full nameSudhi Kumar Suri [1]Sudhir Kumar Suri - Facebook
Other nameS. K. Suri
Profession Politician
Politics
Political PartyShiv Sena Taksali
Shiv Sena Taksali - logo
Physical Stats & More
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourSalt & Pepper
Personal Life
Date of Birth12 March 1964 (Thursday)
BirthplaceAmritsar, Punjab
Zodiac sign Pisces
Date of Death4 November 2022 (Friday)
Place of DeathMajitha Road, Amritsar, Punjab
Age (at the time of death) 58 Years
Death CauseShot dead outside Gopal Mandir in Amritsar, Punjab [2]Hindustan Times
Nationality Indian
ReligionHinduism
Political InclinationHindu Shiv Sena
ControversyArrested and Served Jail Multiple Times: Reportedly, Sudhir Suri hit headlines multiple times after being booked for several cases. In April 2020, he was arrested for delivering unacceptable comments against the Tablighi Jamaat community by the Amritsar rural police. After three months of this arrest, he was again booked by the Punjab police from Indore, Madhya Pradesh, for sharing an objectionable video on social media which was instigating enmity between two groups; however, Sudhir Suri denied the charges. According to some media outlets, he was taken into custody for the third time for sharing a video on social media in which he was talking against a specific community. [3]India Today
Relationships & More
Marital Status (at the time of death)Married
Family
Wife/SpouseMadhu Suri
Sudhir Suri with his wife, Madhu Suri
ChildrenSon- 3
• Eklavya Suri
Eklavya Suri
• Manik Suri
• Paras Suri
Sudhir Suri with his children Paras Suri and Manik Suri
ParentsFather- Harbans Lal Suri (deceased)
A framed photo of Sudhir Suri's father, Harbans Lal Suri
Mother- Bimla Suri
Sudhir Suri's mother, Bimla Suri
Siblings Brother- 2
• T. N. Suri (retd. SDO at Punjab Mandi Board)
Sudhir Suri's brother T. N. Suri
• Brij Mohan Suri

Sudhir Suri

Some Lesser Known Facts About Sudhir Suri

  • Sudhir Kumar Suri was an Indian politician who supported and led the Shiv Sena Taksali group.
  • Reportedly, Sudhir was shot by 31-year-old Sandeep Singh alias Sunny outside Gopal Mandir in Amritsar, Punjab where Sudhir was protesting against the allegedly found Hindu idols in the garbage on the roadside.

    Sudhir Suri during the protest in Amritsar

    Sudhir Suri during the protest in Amritsar

  • According to the reports, a doctor, Ajay Sharma, who was present that the location, told the media that two men in a car – with a sticker of ‘Waris Panjab De’ – shot Sudhir at point black range while he was demonstrating the protest outside the Gopal Mandir. While sharing the details of the killing of Sudhir Suri, Ajay Sharma said,

    Shiv Sena’s Sudhir Suri was demonstrating outside the temple against garbage being dumped outside the premises. Two men came in a car and started firing at Sudhir Suri. One person has been arrested. The way they fired at him was clear that they wanted to kill him.” [4]Times Now

    Accused Sandeep Singh's car after the attack at the crime spot

    Accused Sandeep Singh’s car after the attack at the crime spot

    Accused Sandeep Singh

    Accused Sandeep Singh

  • As per the reports, he was shot with a licensed .32-bore pistol. [5]The Indian Express
  • According to police officials, Sudhir Suri was on numerous gangsters’ hit lists for a very long time, thus the government sent eight Punjab police officers to provide him security. Some sources claim that he was on the target of the Khalistani group since 2016. [6]India Today
  • A gangster from Canada named Lakhbir Singh Landa (also known as Landa Harike) posted a picture on social media, where he took responsibility for killing Sudhir Suri.

    Landa Harike's Facebook post

    Landa Harike’s Facebook post

  • Reportedly, he was provided with the Y-category security.

    Sudhir Suri being escorted by the Y-category security

    Sudhir Suri being escorted by the Y-category security

  • According to reports, Sudhir Suri and other protesters set the dummy of Pakistan’s then-prime minister on fire in an effort to draw attention to the deaths of two Hindus and a Sikh teacher.

    Sudhir Suri, along with others, protesting against Imran Khan - the-then Prime minister of Pakistan

    Sudhir Suri, along with others, protesting against Imran Khan – the-then Prime minister of Pakistan

  • Reportedly, Paras Suri, son of Sudhir Suri, demanded the martyr status to be provided to his father or his cremation would be kept on hold. While claiming to fulfil his demand, Paras Suri said,

    We will not do the antimsanskar until the government declares my father as shaheed (Martyr). My father is alive inside every Hindu of this country.” [7]Times Now