Mumbai News Highlights: Ajit Pawar, Jayant Patil join MVA parties protest against Nawab Malik’s arrest

On the orders of his arrest, Maharashtra Minority Minister Nawab Malik said: “We will fight and win. We will not bow.” Before the minister was taken to court, his daughter Nilofer, who was waiting on the premises, was given the opportunity to meet her father, albeit briefly.

The 11,447 square meter plot that got Nawab Malik into trouble

When the ER vehicle with Malik entered the courthouse and stopped, Nilofer couldn’t stop her tears. She moved close to the SUV, held her father’s hand and hugged him after opening the vehicle’s door. She kissed her father’s hand and raised her clenched fist to show her support. A video of the emotional moment between the father-daughter duo later circulated on social media.

Meanwhile, the Bombay High Court ordered actors Amitabh and Jaya Bachchan to file charges within two weeks with the BMC against a notice issued to them for acquiring part of their bungalow “Pratiksha” in a suburb of Juhu. “Once the representation is filed, the BMC will hear and make a decision for six weeks thereafter. Once a decision is made, no coercive action will be taken against the petitioners for three weeks,” the court said.

The court also refused any waiver and dismissed three petitions filed to remove the words “Kamathipura,” “Kathiawadi” and “China” from the Hindi film Gangubai Kathiawadi.

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