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Maharashtra Minister Abdul Sattar In Hot Water After Derogatory Comment Against MP Supriya Sule

Abdul Sattar

A video of Sattar criticizing Supriya Sule while using abusive language has gone viral.

Agriculture Minister Abdul Sattar, who is always in the midst of controversy, has once again come into the limelight due to his controversial statement. Abdul Sattar is now facing a flak from all corners after he criticized Lok Sabha MP and NCP leader Supriya Sule using offensive language. A video of Sattar criticizing Supriya Sule while using abusive language has gone viral. NCP MLA Amol Mitkari has demanded that Sattar rub his nose and apologise to Supriya Sule’s within the next 24 hours.

Meanwhile, Sattar’s abusive remarks are being criticized from across the state. Shrikant Shinde, MP and son of Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, had to address a public meeting in Sillod, Aurangabad. Sattar had gone to take stock of the preparations of the meeting when he was questioned by a reporter. Sattar, while responding to a question on Supriya Sule, used a derogatory word. Criticising Sattar, NCP MLA Amol Mitkar said, “Sattar should rub his nose and apologise to Supriya Sule in the next 24 hours. Otherwise we will not allow him to roam in Maharashtra. We will show our worth to Sattar.”

What did Sattar say while criticizing Sule?

Supriya Sule had earlier criticized Sattar and asked if he too had got 50 Khokas (50 Cr), a popular reference to the allegation that MLAs of Shinde faction took Rs 50 Crore to defect from Shiv Sena. Responding to Supriya Sule’s criticism, Sattar said, “Do you also want them?”. After this statement, Supriya Sule once again responded to Sattar’s offer by saying, “You must have got the boxes, that’s why you are offering them to us”. While replying to this, Sattar’s tongue slipped and he said, “If Supriya Sule has become such a beggar, then we will give it to them too.”

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