Nawab Malik’s tweet in the second minute of Devendra Fadnavis’ press conference, ‘I am coming…!’

As soon as Devendra Fadnavis’ press conference ended, Malik tweeted in the second minute that he was ready to respond with ‘Aa Raha hoon main.’

During a half-hour press conference, opposition leader Devendra Fadnavis hurled bombs at Nawab Malik. Nawab Malik purchased land worth crores of rupees from the accused in the Mumbai blasts in 1993. Devendra Fadnavis questioned how Malik obtained the land from the underworld suspects who were blowing up the rags of Mumbai. Malik also claimed to have made four other deals with the underworld. As soon as Fadnavis’ press conference ended, Malik tweeted in the second minute that he was ready to respond, saying, “I am here.”

Malik’s direct link to the underworld, as well as Fadnavis’ half-hour sensational press conference

Devendra Fadnavis gave an exciting half-hour press conference. Several bombs were detonated during the press conference. For only Rs 20 lakh, Malik purchased crores of land from the accused in the 1993 Mumbai blasts case. What exactly does this mean? I will provide evidence to the investigating agencies if Malik’s land purchase was directly related to the underworld. Fadnavis also stated that he would present all of the evidence to Sharad Pawar, the Chief Minister, and Governor.

Nawab Malik's tweet in the second minute of Devendra Fadnavis' press conference, 'I am coming...!'

Nawab Malik’s tweet, “I am coming…” appeared at the end of the press conference in the second minute.

Malik tweeted in the second minute following Fadnavis’ half-hour press conference that he was ready to respond to Fadnavis’ press conference. At 2 p.m., Malik will hold a press conference. At the same press conference, he will attempt to respond to every allegation leveled by Fadnavis. They will make every effort to defuse each of their bombs.

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