Court likely to rule on Wankhede Sr’s petition against Malik on Monday | India News – Times of India


MUMBAI: The Bombay HC on Thursday took on record two sets of documents, submitted by minister Nawab Malik and Dnyandeo Wankhede, father of NCB zonal director Sameer Wankhede, and posted for order on Monday Wankhede senior’s petition to restrain the NCP leader from posting defamatory content against his family. Justice Madhav Jamdar, who is expected to pass an order on November 22, said “parties are requested not to produce anything till Monday”.
Countering Malik’s claim that his name was Dawood and his son is Muslim, Wankhede submitted Sameer’s birth certificate issued by the BMC. It shows Sameer’s father’s name as Dnyandeo Kachruji Wankhede. He also submitted a 1995 tenth standard school leaving certificate, where ‘Wankhede Sameer Dnyandev’s’ caste is ‘scheduled caste’. In an affidavit submitted on Thursday, Malik said the birth certificate details show Sameer’s religion as ‘Muslim’.





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