Devendra Fadnavis alleges Nawab Malik, shares 'Underworld Connection Proofs'
Fadnavis said that Nawab Malik is directly related to the underworld. Of the five lands bought by him and his relatives in Mumbai, four directly belong to the underworld.
New Delhi: Former Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis has made many serious allegations against NCP leader Nawab Malik. While holding a press conference on Tuesday, he said that Nawab Malik is directly related to the underworld. Of the five lands bought by him and his relatives in Mumbai, four directly belong to the underworld. Devendra Fadnavis was asked if Nawab Malik did not belong to the underworld, then why did he buy land from the bomb blasters in Mumbai?
Fadnavis slams Nawab Malik:
The BJP leader said that what I am about to tell is neither the story of Salim Javed nor it is an after-interval picture. He said that this is a very serious and security related issue of the nation. He said that I know of two characters.
One is terrorist Shaha Wali Ali Khan, he is the culprit of 1993 bomb blast. The court has sentenced Khan to life imprisonment. The second character is Salim Patel, who is seen in the photo with Dawood. It was also Haseena Parkar's bodyguard.
Connection with Dawood:
Fadnavis questioned that three acres of land in Kurla, owned by Salim Patel's power of attorney, has been sold to a company named Solidus, which is Nawab Malik's company. This company was bought through Shah Wali Khan. He said that even when the land deal was done in 2003, Nawab Malik was a minister. In 2019, he resigned from the company.
Devendra Fadnavis said that we have seized a total of five such properties of Nawab Malik and his relatives. Four of these have a complete underworld angle. I have proof, I will give it to the authorities and they will investigate it. I am also going to give all this evidence to Nationalist Congress Party President Sharad Pawar, so that he also knows what his ministers have fed.
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