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Maharashtra : Scheduled Caste Commission took cognizance of Wankhede’s complaint, action may be taken against Nawab Malik if the allegations are wrong

In Maharashtra these days there is a war between NCP leader Nawab Malik and NCB zonal director Sameer Wankhede. Nawab Malik had recently held a press conference and accused Sameer Wankhede of converting religion to get a job. Regarding this, Wankhede complained to the Scheduled Castes Commission, on which the commission has taken cognizance. It is being said that if the allegations of Nawab Malik are found to be false during the investigation, then action can be taken against him.

Nawab Malik’s counterattack on Arun Halder

At the same time, Nawab Milak has also hit back at Arun Halder, the Deputy Chairman of the SC Commission. Yesterday, while addressing the media, Arun Halder said that Sameer Wankhede did not convert any religion. Regarding this statement of his, Nawab Milak said, “Haldar ji, you are sitting on a constitutional post, keep the dignity of that.”

Wankhede forged SC certificate: Nawab Malik

Nawab Malik said, “Sameer Wankhede did not convert, because he is a Muslim by birth. His father had converted to religion. I stand by my point that he is sitting on that post by forgery in the SC certificate, he has snatched the right of a poor SC.” Not only this, Nawab Malik said, “Order from Union Home Minister Amit Shah. issued, in which it has been said that if a person has changed his religion, then he will not get any benefits over the earlier religion and now the work of saving such people is being done. I am going to file a complaint in this matter with the Cast Commission. At the same time, many organizations of Mumbai will also register their complaint with the police in this matter.

At the same time, on this whole matter, Maharashtra Social Justice Minister Dhananjay Munde said, “If anyone objects to the validity of the caste certificate of Sameer Wankhede and files a complaint with the Social Justice Department, then we will investigate the matter.” ”