The Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to hear the plea filed by jailed Maharashtra MLAs Nawab Malik and Anil Deshmukh, seeking permission to vote in the floor test scheduled to be held tomorrow for deciding majority in the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly..Both Malik and Deshmukh are currently in jail after being arrested in money laundering and corruption cases respectively. Advocate Sudhanshu Choudhari mentioned the matter before the vacation Bench of Justices Surya Kant and JB Pardiwala, which stated that it will hear the matter at 5.30 pm today. The bench is slated to hear at 5 pm today the plea by Uddhav Thackeray camp challenging tomorrow's floor test ordered by the Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari.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.However, a Bench of Justices CT Ravikumar and Sudhanshu Dhulia said that the petition raises an important question in relation to the right of a Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) to vote of Legislative Council elections on behalf of his constituency.Section 62(5) of the Representation of People Act bars prisoners from voting.The Court had, therefore, issued notice but refused to pass any interim order in that case. "The arguments reveal that on interpretation of Section 62(5) there is conflict of views. Thus we will have detailed hearing on it. But no interim relief to be granted," the Court had said in its order.