The PIL claims Kale, who works as rector of Baramati Hostel at Pune, had given an undertaking before the city collector declaring his monthly income at Rs. 12,000. The declaration was given in July 2004 to fulfill a pre-condition for getting a flat at Adarsh, which according to the PIL had been allotted to Kale, on Pawar’s recommendation.
In December 2008, Kale gave another undertaking before the HC while seeking anticipatory bail in connection with an economic offence pertaining to Ajit Co-operative Bank, declaring that he and his wife, Nilima, co-owned 76 immovable properties in Pune district. He got anticipatory bail on a condition that he would neither dispose of the properties nor create any third party interest in them. The flat at Adarsh society did not figure on the list furnished to the high court, alleged Tirodkar. On the basis of these two undertakings, Tirodkar has alleged Kale was a front man.