BJP Minister Eknath Khadse was in touch with underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, says AAP.
The Aam Aadmi Party on Saturday demanded that the Maharashtra government direct an enquiry into the cases that Revenue Minister Eknath Khadse's portable number included in the call logs of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim's significant other. It requested that Mr. Khadse leave his post to guarantee a reasonable investigation.
"We trust this is an intense charge against a Minister. It is the administration's job to confirm these cases, and it must. We need the Maharashtra government to either validate or discredit the charges," said AAP representative Preeti Sharma Menon.
The Mumbai police crime-branch did a full information examination of the number that the AAP charged had a place with Mr. Khadse.
Authorities said they hauled out all subtle elements of the number — an activity that proceeded till late on Saturday.
Prior in the day, Mr. Khadse, as of now reeling from charges of his assistant being gotten in a renumeration case by the Anti-Corruption Bureau, issued an announcement denying the AAP's affirmations.
Despite the fact that there were reports demonstrating that the State government had requested a test into the matter, Maharashtra Home Secretary K.P. Bakshi told The Hindu that no such enquiry had been requested by the legislature as far as anyone is concerned.
A question by media to Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis stayed unanswered at the season of going to press.
No Pakistan calls from the Maharashtra Revenue Minister's telephone, say Mumbai cops.