Question: Who is the biggest gangster in Malaysia?

Who is No 1 gangster in Malaysia?

Bentong KaliMugshot of Bentong KaliBornKalimuthu s/o PakirisamyJanuary 22, 1961 Bentong, Pahang, Federation of Malaya (now Malaysia)DiedJune 29, 1993 (aged 32) Taming Jaya, Belakong, MalaysiaOccupationGangster, drug-trafficking, criminal, racketeer, founder of Indian Gang 08.3 more rows

Why is Botak Chin called Botak?

He gained the moniker “Botak Chin” around this time, which seems to be a misnomer today since he always had a healthy head of hair. According to some, “Botak” was really an acronym for “Bantu Orang Tak Ada Kerja”, meaning helping people without jobs.

What caste are Malaysian Tamils?

The Tamils were primarily non-Brahmin middle-ranking or low caste Hindus, including Gounder, Kallar, Muthuraja, Pallar, Vanniyar and Paraiyar, the Telugus include Kamma and Reddy, while the Malayali were mostly from the Nayar caste.

Who shot Botak Chin?

Ah Wong In one major war at a disused tin mine in Jinjang, one of his rivals, Tua Pui Lek, the head of the Five Finger Mountain gang who had sworn to sabotage Botak Chin and take over his position, failed to achieve his ultimate objective; the most that he managed was to murder Botak Chins right-hand man, Ah Wong.

What did Botak Chin do?

Crime sprees. Botak Chin engaged in eight robberies within a month in 1969. This led to his first arrest; he was convicted and sentenced to prison for 7 years. On 2 June 1975, the gang robbed RM 5,800 from an illegal gambling den in Sentul.

Is gold cheaper in Malaysia than India?

Today gold price in Malaysia is Rs. 4,413 less than today gold price in India. Malaysian Ringgit to India Rupee conversion rate: 1 = 17.5899 . 1 Malaysian Ringgit (MYR) equals to 17.5899 Indian rupee (INR).

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