'Heard government guests are coming to my house', Nawab Malik's tweet goes viral.

Mumbai: Maharashtra Minister and NCP leader Nawab Malik  recently tweeted a shocking claim. In fact, Nawab Malik claims that 'government guests' can come to his house at any time. There are reports that they are referring to central investigating agencies. In fact, he made the claim after an apology in the Bombay High Court in the Sameer Wankhede  case. You can see Nawab Malik tweeted. In this tweet, he wrote, "I hear that government guests are coming to my house today or tomorrow. We welcome them. '

Malik further wrote, 'We don't have to be afraid of them, but fight. Gandhi fought the Europeans and we have to fight thieves. On the other hand, Sameer Wankhede's father Dhyandev Wankhede has filed a defamation case against Nawab Malik. Let me tell you that the matter is being heard in the Bombay High Court. Nawab Malik last Friday tendered an unconditional "apology" in the high court for commenting on Sameer Wankhede. On the other hand, the High Court reprimanded Malik saying, "Despite the court order, you continued to comment against Wankhede. On hearing this, Malik filed an affidavit apologising to the court saying that 'he did not intend to violate the court order. '

Let me tell you all that Malik wrote in a three-page affidavit that "the court order was violated because some journalists had questioned him on a number of subjects. I made these statements thinking that they would only be part of the interview. He further wrote, "I hope that I will not be stopped from questioning the duty of any central agency (NCB) officer for the way he misused it. Meanwhile, Judge Kathwala said, "You will not speak about this officer. '

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