After his arrest was ordered, Maharashtra’s Minority Affairs Minister Nawab Malik stated, “We will fight and win. We will not bow down.” Earlier than the minister was delivered to courtroom, his daughter Nilofar, who was ready on the premises, had an opportunity to fulfill her father, albeit briefly.
When the ED car with Malik entered the courtroom premises and stopped, Nilofar couldn’t maintain again her tears. She went nearer to the SUV, grabbed her father’s hand, opened the automotive door and hugged him. He then kissed his father’s hand and raised his fist to indicate his help. Later, a video of an emotional second between the father-daughter duo was circulated on social media.
In the meantime, the Bombay Excessive Court docket directed the BMC to file representations inside two weeks in opposition to the notices issued to actors Amitabh and Jaya Bachchan for acquisition of part of their bungalow “Pratiksha” in suburban Juhu. “Once the representation is filed, the BMC will hear and decide after six weeks. Once the decision is taken, no coercive action will be taken against the petitioners for three weeks,” the courtroom stated.
The courtroom additionally refused to grant any aid and dismissed three petitions looking for deletion of the phrases ‘Kamathipura’, ‘Kathiawadi’ and ‘China’ from the Hindi movie Gangubai Kathiawadi.