Mumbai: Former minister and senior BJP leader Eknath Khadse claimed he has not done any thing wrong in his entire political career as he didn’t have a private company or colleges, yet social activist Anjali Damania is misleading the court regarding his assets. Khadse has decided to file a petition against her in the High Court.
Meanwhile, Damania demanded that Khadse be booked under the charges of outraging the modesty of a woman, as he made obscene remarks against her.
She also sought intervention from the chief minister and demanded that Khadse be arrested.
“I have written to the CM seeking Khadse’s arrest over the obscene comments he made against me while speaking at a public meeting in Jalgaon,” said Damania.
However, Khadse denied having made any remarks against her.
Khadse claimed he didn’t have any intention to make an obscene remark, and he never did so in the last 40 years of his political career.
Khadse was clarifying all the charges leveled by against him by
“In the last few days, there were major scams where the chief minister ordered an inquiry. But no social activist raised a voice against the scam. If Khadse’s name is taken, then the activists are so enthusiastic,” Khadse said.
“Damania made various allegations against me, but all the allegations proved false after investigation. From MIDC land purchase scam to my son-in-law’s limousine car, all charges were false,” he said.
“On the contrary, Damania was not a farmer and purchased farm land, she submitted bogus certificate of farmers, but the collector of Raigad district dismissed the certificate and confiscated the land. Now, the government is going to file an appeal in the high court against her, regarding the bogus farmer certificate,” Khadse said.
“Damania is trying to malign me in another way, she is claiming that I have huge property in Nashik and Mumbai. She has submitted bogus documents of my property, which even I didn’t know about,” Khadse said.
"It is an attempt to misguide the court and I am going to file a petition against her in the court, for misleading the court,” he added.