Ex Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik Denied Bail In Money Laundering Case

Former Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik denied bail in money laundering case

Nawab Malik was arrested by the Bureau of Enforcement in February.


A special court in Mumbai on Wednesday denied bail for former Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik in a money laundering case involving the activities of Pakistan-based terrorist Dawood Ibrahim and his aides. him.

Special Judge RN Rokade denied Mr Malik’s bail request.

Detailed orders will be available later.

The court on November 14 reserved Malik’s bail order after hearing arguments from both sides.

The General Department of Enforcement arrested the leader of the National Congress Party (NCP) in February of this year.

He is in judicial custody and is currently being treated at a private hospital in the city.

NCP leadership applied for bail, arguing that there were no grounds to prosecute him for money laundering.

However, the investigating agency objected to the bail, stating that the case registered by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) against Dawood Ibrahim and his henchmen could be considered sufficient.

The ED claims the defendant is dealing with Dawood Ibrahim and his sister Hasina Parkar and has “no doubt that he is innocent”.

The ED’s case against Mr. Malik is based on an FIR filed by the NIA against Dawood Ibrahim, the mastermind of the 1993 Mumbai bombings, and his aides under India’s tough anti-terrorism law UAPA.


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