Shiv Sena's Nitin Nandgaonkar receives threat over phone call

Shiv Sena's Nitin Nandgaonkar receives threat over phone call

The self-proclaimed “fighter” and Shiv Sena’s Nitin Nandgaonkar on Monday was allegedly threatened via a phone call from an unknown number. Nandgaonkar has lodged a complaint with Nehru Nagar Police station in Mumbai. 

This happened days after Nandgaonkar visited Hiranandani hospital and had heated argument over the issue of hospital administration allegedly trying to extort additional money from a Maharashtrian auto-rickshaw driver. 

Nandgaonkar, earlier with the Raj Thackeray-led Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS), has been seen - in several videos - manhandling people who are non-Maharashtrians; practising hooliganism. However, Nandgaonkar says that he is a fighter and stands for the rights of the “sons of the soil”. 

After Nandgaonkar registered the complaint after allegedly receiving a threatening phone call, the police have informed that they are further investigating the case. 

On July 17, Nandgaonkar confronted the Hiranandani hospital administration in Powai after it sent a bill of worth ₹8 lakh to an auto-rickshaw driver. The Shiv Sena activist alleged that when he asked Dr. Sujit Chatterjee - the CEO of the hospital - to resolve the matter, he was mistreated and pushed by the security guards.

Meanwhile, on July 20 around 11:17 AM, Nandgaonkar received a call from an unknown number and the person behind the phone call threatened and abused him. After this, the Shiv Sena activists registered a complaint with the police.

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