On June 8, Special PMLA Judge RN Rokade will hear both applications.
Deshmukh, who is also in judicial custody, is the main suspect in the investigation launched by the ED after the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) filed a FIR in response to a court-ordered investigation.
They should be allowed to vote because they are MLAs and members of the electoral college for member elections, and Malik pleaded for medical treatment at a private hospital through Rashmikant & Partners.
As a result, Malik requested permission to be transported in an ambulance under medical supervision for a few hours so that he could vote in the Biennial Elections before being returned to the hospital where he is being treated.
Malik assured the Court that he would cover the costs of medical treatment and police escort.
Deshmukh’s application, on the other hand, stated that the lack of police escort may not be a problem because only 288 MLAs will be voting in Vidhan Bhawan.
Deshmukh also promised the Court in his plea, filed through lawyer Aniket Nikam, that he would pay the police escort charges.
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