The Supreme Court on Wednesday permitted incarcerated Maharashtra MLAs Nawab Malik and Anil Deshmukh to vote in the floor test scheduled to be held tomorrow for deciding majority in the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly..The vacation bench of Justices Surya Kant and JB Pardiwala asked why the two MLAs could not be permitted to attend the special session considering it was not an election and hence may not be barred under Section 62(5) of the Representation of People Act. "What do you have to say? elections are not happening tomorrow, What is the problem in allowing them?" Justice Kant asked the Solicitor General Tushar MehtaAfter initial opposition to the plea, Mehta left it to the Court to take an appropriate call. Accordingly, the Court allowed the applicants to attend the special session with escort to and from the prison. "We allow the applicants to participate in proceedings of floor test scheduled to be held tomorrow in the Maharashtra Legislatibe Assembly. Since the applicants are in custody pursuant to cases registered by Enforcement Directorate and Central Bureau of Investigation, the applicants will be accompanied by police to the Vidhan Sabha hall. Once proceedings are over, the applicants shall be brought back to judicial custody," the Bench held..Malik is presently in judicial custody for his alleged involvement in a money laundering case under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) involving underworld don Dawood Ibrahim.Deshmukh, who is also in judicial custody, is the prime accused in a corruption case after a probe was initiated by ED. This was after Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) filed a first information report (FIR) against him following a Court-directed enquiry.The Supreme Court had last Monday refused to grant interim relief to Malik and Deshmukh, seeking temporary release from jail for a day to cast their votes in the Maharashtra Member of Legislative Council (MLC) elections.