Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik Under Defamation Suit
Narcotics Control Bureau zonal director Sameer Wankhede's father, Dhyandev Wankhede filed a defamation suit against Maharashtra Minister, Nawab Malik for repeated social media and press harassment directed to the son of the former.
Arshad Shaikh, Wankhede's lawyer, said that Malik was trying to defame the Wankhede family, putting their religious beliefs and Hindu identity to question. They have been remarked 'fraud', and his daughter Yasmin's criminal lawyer career is also subjected to repeated destruction. He is regularly commenting on the Wankhede's reputation and societal image.
Dhyandev wants a permanent injunction in matters of what posts or says, in social media, press conferences and interviews, gets published by Malik, or his party members. He wants deletion of such problematic character assasination stories and coverages. He is hoping for temporary direction in banning him for publishing such flawed remarks.
Dhyandev suspects that the denunciation started after this year's January arrest of Malik's son-in-law Sameer Khan's
by the Narcotics Control Bureau. Though Khan was granted bail in September, the hate influence narratives started flowing in afterwards.
The hearing of the defamation suit is scheduled on Monday, 8th November with Wankhede demanding a 1.25 crore compensation from Malik's part.
Similar cases of diatribe were delineated on Nawab Malik by BJP leader Mohit Kambooj demanding 100 crore compensation. But Malik stays steadfast in raising voices 'against injustices', and continues to do press conferences for firing up the case of Wankhede even on Sunday morning.
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