Special Court extends NCP leader Nawab Malik’s judicial custody till 22 April

Mumbai : A special court here on Monday expanded the legal guardianship of Maharashtra serve Nawab Malik till April 22 even as the NCP pioneer whined of infirmity.

Malik was delivered under the steady gaze of Special Judge R N Rokade, assigned to hear cases connected with the Prevention of Money Laundering Act.

The NCP pioneer ventured into the observer box and let the court know that he has been unwell because of kidney afflictions and that he has an expanding in his legs.

Malik further said that at whatever point he grumbled of agony in his legs, the prison specialists just gave him pain relievers. “I need a super durable answer for my clinical issues,” Malik said.

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Malik’s legal advisor Kushal Mor let the court know that the clergyman’s request recorded under the watchful eye of the Supreme Court testing his illicit capture and looking for sure fire discharge is probably going to be heard on April 22.

Extraordinary Judge Rokade then expanded Malik’s legal guardianship till April 22. Malik was captured on February 23 by the Enforcement Directorate in an illegal tax avoidance test connected to the exercises of outlaw hoodlum Dawood Ibrahim and his associates.

The NCP pioneer was in ED’s guardianship till March 7 preceding he was shipped off legal authority till March 21, which was subsequently stretched out till April 4. On April 4, his guardianship was expanded again till April 18. PTI

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