Former Aam Aadmi Party leader Anjali Damania said the Truecaller app — which reveals callers’ identity — showed that the number belongs to “Dawood”.
Damania took to Twitter alleging that around 12.33 am, she received a threat call asking her to withdraw all cases against former Maharashtra finance minister and BJP MLA Eknath Khadse.
Anjali Damania had also demanded a time-bound inquiry into the Eknath Khadse land deal row led by a retired High Court judge.
Anajli Damania is willing to produce proof against the Maharashtra Revenue Minister Eknath Khadse to compel the Maharashtra Government to take quick action, as BJP mulls its options.
Khadse Friday said he has urged Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis to probe allegations that a call from his mobile phone was made to underworld don Dawood.
Of Maharashtra’s two members in national executive committee, Ware voted for Yadav and Bhushan staying on, while Mayank refrained from voting.
“I quit.. Ihave not come into Aap for this nonsense. I believed him..(SIC),” tweeted Anjali Damania.
On Thursday, his blog read: Kejriwal insisted Bhushan, Yadav should be out of PAC.
AAP Mumbai treasurer Suresh Acharya added, “Our volunteers have been following these vehicles since Monday.
Both cite personal reasons, say could not ‘cope with multi-tasking’.
Both had resigned in June and had spoken of their unhappiness with developments in the party in the aftermath of the LS polls.
A government order in May 2011 had provided conditional administrative approval to build a Minor Irrigation Dam in Kondhane.
After the Lok Sabha elections, the party was rocked by infighting and many leaders expressed unhappiness over the way the party was functioning.
AAP leader Mayank Gandhi tweeted that both Anjali and Preeti are back.
AAP’s state convener Anjali Damania and state secretary Preeti Sharma Menon have tendered their resignation.