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Viral audio: Supriya Sule, daughter of Sharad Pawar, allegedly threatens BJP leader to kill him in his own house

Shewale, who had recently joined BJP after quitting NCP, is heard trying to assuage that he has not given any defamatory statement against Sule or her father and his statement has been misconstrued by the regional media outlets.

In a leaked audio tape that has gone viral now, a voice, allegedly that of Supriya Sule, daughter of NCP chief Sharad Pawar, can be heard threatening Rahul Shewale, who has recently joined the BJP. In a rage of anger, Sule threatens Rahul that she will come to his house and hit him.

In a telephonic conversation shared by BJP, Sule allegedly confronted Shewale with the allegation that the latter insulted her in an interview which was published in two Marathi dailies. Losing temper over the incident, Sule said, “ Have I ever insulted you? Don’t mess with me. You might have left NCP and joined BJP but don’t mess around with me. I will come to your house and eliminate you and I’m damn serious about it.”

Venting her anger, Sule further added that she will file a defamatory suit against Rahul Shewale if he continues to defame her. “Keep this one thing in mind. I’m not a contractor. There’s no one as bad as me. Don’t ever mess with me. Record this if you want to. I’ve been very friendly with you till now but if you continue to defame me, I will determine what needs to be done,” Sule threatened.

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Throughout the conversation, the newly joined BJP, Rahul Shewale continued to assuage Sule iterating that he hasn’t spoken any defamatory things about Sule or her father Sharad Pawar and he has simply been misconstrued by the regional dailies who have twisted his statements before publishing them.

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