Maharashtra

Court permits Nawab Malik to undergo medical test

Malik, who was arrested by ED on February 23, was earlier admitted in ICU of government-run J J hospital for his kidney ailment, was later shifted to a private hospital at Kurla.

Mumbai: A Special PMLA Court here allowed former Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik, arrested in an alleged money laundering case, to undergo medical test of a renal scan.

The court had last month also permitted NCP leader Malik to undergo the renal scan (a nuclear medicine test to see how well kidneys work), but it could not be conducted then as he was suffering from fever and other health issues. Special court judge R N Rokade on Tuesday allowed Malik’s application seeking permission to undergo the scan. A copy of the order was made available on Wednesday.

Malik, who was arrested by ED on February 23, was earlier admitted in ICU of government-run J J hospital for his kidney ailment, was later shifted to a private hospital at Kurla.

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