Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik seeks interim bail on medical grounds in money laundering case

Nawab Malik. PTI file

Nawab Malik. PTI file

Maharashtra serve Nawab Malik, captured by the Enforcement Directorate in a tax evasion case, looked for interval abandon clinical grounds from an exceptional PMLA court here on Thursday.

Malik, 62, had prior let the court know that he was unwell because of kidney diseases and had enlarging in his legs.

The NCP pioneer, who is at present in legal guardianship, was captured on February 23 by the ED regarding an illegal tax avoidance test connected to the exercises of criminal hoodlum Dawood Ibrahim and his associates, under arrangements of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).

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His promoter Tarraq Sayyed moved the request for between time bail under the watchful eye of exceptional adjudicator RN Rokade. The court is probably going to hear the request on Monday.

The ED’s case depends on a FIR documented as of late by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) against Dawood Ibrahim and others.

The NIA had documented its criminal grumbling under segments of the tough Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA).

The ED recently documented a north of 5,000-page charge sheet for the situation against Malik. PTI

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