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Supriya Sule Reveals Family Dynamics Amidst NCP’s Internal Rift

This applies only to Sharad Pawar, otherwise to all brothers," said Supriya Sule.

October 05, 2023: In a recent revelation, Supriya Sule, a prominent member of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), shed light on the family dynamics within the Pawar clan amidst the ongoing dispute over party leadership. The NCP, which has been facing internal turmoil since July when some MLAs, including Ajit Pawar, rebelled against the party and supported the Shinde-Fadnavis government, is currently grappling with a split.

Ajit Pawar, who is the nephew of the NCP patriarch Sharad Pawar, is now asserting his claim to the party leadership, and the matter is currently before the Election Commission. A crucial hearing is scheduled before the Election Commission on Friday, October 6, to determine the legitimacy of Ajit Pawar’s faction.

One of the intriguing aspects of this political rift is the family’s reaction when Ajit Pawar decided to align with the opposing government. Supriya Sule, speaking at the ‘India Today Conclave,’ shared her insights on this matter. She emphasized that all the brothers should have approached Sharad Pawar and expressed their intentions to fight for leadership, similar to what Ajit Pawar did.

Sharad Pawar, a veteran politician, has managed to secure victory in every election for the past 56 years, prompting curiosity about the secret behind his success. When asked about this, Supriya Sule intriguingly replied, “His chromosomes and his mother’s will are behind it. His mother was a very powerful woman. This applies only to Sharad Pawar or to all brothers. I don’t know, what did their mother feed everyone?”

Furthermore, Supriya Sule revealed that despite their differences, the Pawar brothers maintain a strong connection. She explained, “After Ajit Pawar decided to leave the party, all the brothers called Sharad Pawar and said, ‘You want to fight.’ Brothers aged 83, 84, and 85 call each other to talk about fighting. Brother Pratap Pawar, aged 76, and 75, also said, ‘You want to fight.'”

The family dynamics and political drama within the Pawar family continue to be a subject of great interest and speculation as the NCP navigates through this challenging period of internal strife.


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