Nawab Malik is an Indian politician who is the current Minister of Minority Development as like Nawab Malik Family, Net Worth, Parents, and Biography in this Article.
Nawab Malik Wiki Bio
|Full Name||Mohammed Nawab Malik|
|Birth ( Age )||20 June 1959|
|Party Name||NCP [ Nationalist Congress Party ]|
|Father||Mohammed Islam Malik|
|Net Worth||4-5 cr. ( estimated )|
Nawab Malik is an Indian politician who is the current Minister of Minority Development, Okaf, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship of Maharashtra. He was elected to the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly in 1996, 1999, Nehru Nagar (Legislative Assembly Constituency) in 2004 and Anushakti Nagar (Legislative Assembly Constituency) in Mumbai in 2009.
Nawab Malik Family, Parents
Nawab Malik was born on 20 June 1959 in Duswa (Uttar Pradesh) and moved to Bombay (present-day Mumbai) in 1970.He is a spokesperson and Mumbai President of Nationalist Congress Party and former Housing Minister of Maharashtra.
Nawab Malik Wife and Children
He married Mehjbeen and is the father of 4 children; Faraz (son), Nilofar (daughter), Sana Malik Sheikh (daughter) and Aamir (son). Nawab Malik, the Mumbai president of the Nationalist Congress Party, said that his goal is an Indian reunion, that “India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Get merged”.
Political Positions Held
Political Positions Held — Minority Development, Aukaf and Skill Development Entrepreneurship
Member of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly
President of Nationalist Congress Party for Mumbai
After claiming that the Narcotics Control Bureau’s Mumbai zonal director Sameer Wankhede is a Muslim by birth and his real name is ‘Sameer Dawood Wankhede’, Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik on Wednesday (October 27, 2021) posted ‘Nikah Nama’ of NCB official’s first marriage.
Stepping up his attack, the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader claimed that the ‘Nikah’ between Sameer Dawood Wankhede and Sabana Qureshi was performed on December 7, 2006, at the Lokhand Wala complex in Mumbai’s Andheri (west).He further alleged that the ‘meher’ amount was Rs 33,000 and also shared a photo of Sameer Wankhede with his first wife.
Malik added that the issue he is exposing of Sameer Dawood Wankhede is not about his religion, but about the ‘fraudulent means’ by which he has obtained a caste certificate to get an IRS job and has ‘deprived a deserving Scheduled Caste person’ of his future.
The development comes a day after Malik had shared a letter he had received apparently from an NCB official that claimed that Wankhede had violated rules and framed people in false cases to extort money.