Mumbai: The Maharashtra ATS gives a clean chit to former revenue minister of Maharashtra Eknath Khandse. The ATS has observed that no calls were made between Khadse and gangster Dawood Ibrahim as alleged by ethical hacker Manish Bhangale. In fact, the ATS may now file a case against him and has given him one month to explain his allegations.
The Bombay High Court yesterday raised several questions over the petition filed by Vadodara hacker Manish Bhangale against the former Revenue Minister. Bhangale in his petition has alleged that call records from Dawood’s Karachi residence show that he was in frequent touch with a mobile number registered in the name of Khadse.
However, the division bench of the high court pointed several loopholes in the petition and directed the Bhangale’s lawyers to amend it.