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Former Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik’s bail plea rejected



Nawab Malik

The PMLA court on Wednesday ruled on the bail application of former Maharashtra minister and NCP leader Nawab Malik. The court has rejected the bail plea of Nawab Malik. The judge said in the order that the statement of Munira Plumber, the owner of Goawala Compound in Kurla, is very important. Nawab Malik was arrested by the ED on February 23 this year on charges of money laundering. Since then, he has been in judicial custody.

NCP leader Nawab Malik is in judicial custody but is currently undergoing treatment at a private hospital in Kurla, Mumbai due to ill health. Where he has also been admitted for a long time. Special Judge R N Rokade had on November 14 reserved his order on Malik’s bail plea after hearing lengthy arguments from both sides.

The court had earlier said it would pronounce its order on November 24. However, that day the court adjourned the matter to November 30, saying the order was not ready. Malik, an NCP leader, had filed a regular bail plea before the special court in July. Malik sought bail saying there was no ground to prosecute him for money laundering.

Let us tell you that the investigating agency had opposed the bail considering the case registered by the NIA against Dawood Ibrahim and his henchmen as the basis. The ED claimed that the accused was working with Dawood Ibrahim and his sister Haseena Parkar and there was no question of his innocence. The ED case against Nawab Malik is based on an FIR filed by the NIA against Dawood Ibrahim and his associates under the UAPA

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