Supriya Sule Says If One Person Takes Different Stand, It Does Not Mean Family Has Split

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If One Person Takes Different Stand, It Doesn't Signify Split: Supriya Sule

Supriya Sule said their family is united and it will remain united forever.

Pune:

NCP (SP) leader Supriya Sule on Wednesday said if one member of a large family takes a different stance, it does not mean there is a split within the family.

She also noted that BJP leaders these days do not talk about alleged corruption of her party.

Ms Sule, however, did not name Maharashtra deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar, who parted ways with his uncle and Ms Sule’s father Sharad Pawar last year to join the Shiv Sena-BJP government.

“Our family has around 120 to 125 members, including small kids, and in such a big family, if one person puts forth a different opinion, it does not signify a split,” said Ms Sule, speaking to reporters in Pune.

“Our family is united and it will remain united forever,” she said.

Asked about union minister Amit Shah’s statement that Sharad Pawar wanted to make her chief minister, Ms Sule said she was thankful to Shah for `freeing the NCP of corruption.’ “Whenever he used to come to Maharashtra, he used to refer to NCP as ‘naturally corrupt party’, but now no big leaders from BJP talks about corruption. Whatever allegations he had made, no one talks about it, and that is why, I am very thankful to BJP and Shah,” she added.

“There is dynasty politics in his own party,” the Baramati MP claimed. 

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)

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