Bibi Bimal Kaur was an Indian politician and the wife of Beant Singh, one of the two assassins of Indira Gandhi.
Bibi Bimal Kaur was a nurse at Lady Hardinge Medical College when her husband assassinated Indira Gandhi. Immediately after the assassination she was picked by the Indian security forces, she disappeared for several days leaving her children Amrit, Sarabjeet and Jassi at home. The Damdami Taksal paid for her children's education for two years.
Bimal Kaur was later arrested and imprisoned for two years for an incendiary speech in a gurdwara. In 1986, she led a rampaging group of militants attacking the guards at the Golden Temple. A guard was killed and seven people were injured.
Later she was elected a member of Lok Sabha from Ropar. Her father-in-law, Beant Singh's father, Sucha Singh Maloa was a member of parliament Sarbjit Singh, her son, was nominated by the SAD (A) headed by Simranjit Singh Mann to run for parliament from the Bathinda and Mansa in 2004.
Bimal Kaur death is shrouded in mystery. The first reports that reached the press indicated that Bimal Khalsa consumed cyanide.