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Maharashtra: NCP leader Nawab Malik gets bail in money laundering case, ED did not object in Supreme Court

NCP leader Nawab Malik has been granted bail by the Supreme Court today in a money laundering case. The court has granted bail to Nawab Malik for 2 months. It is being told that former state minister Nawab Malik has been granted bail for two months by the Supreme Court on medical grounds in the money laundering case. In the Supreme Court, the ED has not raised any objection to the grant of bail on medical grounds. NCP leader Nawab Malik is in jail since February last year.

Significantly, former Maharashtra minister and NCP leader Nawab Malik was arrested by the ED in February 2022 in a case related to the activities of fugitive gangster Dawood Ibrahim and his associates. The NCP leader is in judicial custody. Let us tell you that on July 13, the Bombay High Court had refused to grant bail to Malik on medical grounds. Malik had sought relief from the High Court, claiming that he was suffering from chronic kidney disease, besides several other ailments. He had sought bail based on the facts of the case.

Not only this, Nawab Malik had made a lot of headlines due to the allegations leveled against former zonal director of Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) Sameer Wankhede, in which he acted as an anti-drugs officer after a raid on a cruise ship off the coast of Mumbai in October 2021. The leadership was accused of wrongdoings. During that time, Malik’s son-in-law Sameer Khan was arrested by the Wankhede-led NCB’s Mumbai unit in the drugs case.

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