Raman Malik’s inclination towards politics stems from a family history of serving the nation and its people. Going back to the pre partition days, his grandfather and father had deep associations with various religious and social organizations. His Grandfather was an associate of P. P. Dr. K. B. Hegdewar, the founder of RSS.
Raman Malik’s father was an ardent follower and believer in the RSS policies. A man of few words an immense contribution, his father introduced him to the world of Indian politics. The emergency period charged the political chord of his father and he actively protested against the crisis of democracy that the nation faced, along with personalities like kedarnath Sahni and J. P. Malkhani Ji. Raman Malik’s father mad e frequent visits to the jail along with his associates. His father played an instrumental role in inculcating in young Raman the love for political, Nationalism and social activism through two channels. Firstly, as a child he was taken to Shakaas to imbibe the philosophy of Sangh. Secondly, Raman accompanied his father to various political events, popularly known as Jalsas, where the former was exposed to the political voices and thoughts of senior party leaders, like Sh. L. K. Advani and Sh. Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
Following the footsteps of his ancestors, Raman Malik was driven into Indian politics. Associated with the RSS and the BJP, his activism and political career took to pace in 1992. He traveled to Ramjanmbhoomi without the knowledge of his family, along with several party members and leaders. Following the arrest of Advani ji, they took refuge under the guidance of Murli Manohar Joshi ji and traveled through tunnels lined with human faeces. Reaching Ayodhya on 6th December to witness the demolition of the Babri Masjid, brought a new direction to his political thought and a re energized enthusiasm towards nation building.
Raman Malik’s entry into India electoral politics happened during the 12th Lok Sabha Elections, under the guidance of Smt. Sushma Swaraj in the year 1998 where he managed the Okhla Mandal of South Delhi constituency. Till 2012, he participated in various yatras of BJP and worked as backend contributor in BJP. In 2013, he was appointed as National Co-convener for the BJP Communication cell and was responsible of managing communication and media surveillance of BJP in print and electronic forms. Acknowledged this work in the communication cell, and also successful handling of media and communication in 2014 state Election, The central leadership of BJP recognized him as Spokesperson of the Party in the state.