ED summons Nawab Malik’s sons and wife in money laundering case, no one appeared

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oi-Bhavna Pandey


Updated: Wednesday, May 25, 2022, 10:55 am [IST]

Mumbai, May 25: The Enforcement Directorate’s probe against NCP leader Nawab Malik in a money laundering case revealed Malik’s long-standing links with fugitive gangster Dawood Ibrahim’s D-Company. While the Enforcement Directorate had called both the sons and wife of Maharashtra minister and Nawab Malik for questioning, none of them appeared in Malik’s money laundering case.


The ED chargesheet said that Nawab Malik’s wife Mehjabeen was summoned twice while his son Faraz Malik was summoned five times in the money laundering case. But none of them appeared before the ED.

As per the Enforcement Directorate probe against him in the money laundering case, on May 24, it was revealed that Malik had a long-standing relationship with the D-Company of fugitive gangster Dawood Ibrahim. The Enforcement Directorate has filed a prosecution complaint (chargesheet) before the special PMLA court in Mumbai.

In the prosecution’s complaint, the ED detailed Malik’s alleged links with the D-Company, and a conspiracy to “grab” the Goawala Bhawan complex in Kurla West in 1996. A special court, on May 20, took cognizance of the Enforcement Directorate’s chargesheet against the NCP leader and observed that there is prima facie evidence that Malik was directly and intentionally involved in money laundering and criminal conspiracy to usurp the Goawala premises in Kurla. The court has issued a process against him and 1993 bomb blast case accused Sardar Shahwali Khan, also named in the case.

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