MUMBAI – It has come to light that Shinde faction leader and minister of state Abdul Sattar has criticized NCP MP Supriya Sul in offensive terms. After this, the NCP took an aggressive stance across the state. MP Supriya Sule criticized Abdul Sattar from 50 boxes, Minister Abdul Sattar sneered while replying to this criticism. Following Satta’s criticism in the state, the Shinde group also said that the statement was wrong. But leaders of Mahavikash Aghadi have also been warned.
Supriya Sule gave a tip of sorts to the Shinde clan leaders, telling them to tick 50 boxes. If that had happened to me, I would have filed a case and gone to court, Sule said. Then, we listened to Supriya Sul’s advice. Accordingly, Ajit Pawar, Supriya Sule and Aditya Thackeray have repeatedly complained of taking 50 boxes. Hence, on behalf of 40 Shiv Sena MLAs and 10 independent MLAs, the process of filing a defamation case against these three leaders has been initiated, Shinde group spokesperson Vijay Sivatare said.
2500 crore defamation claim
The Shinde group warned that the three leaders should either publicly apologize for defaming the leaders or face defamation cases through legal channels. Shinde group spokesperson Vijay Shibtare announced the official position of Shinde group in a press conference. No one will support the statement made by Abdul Sattar. Their statement is wrong. But why this statement came out of his mouth should also be considered. Defamation is being attempted by repeatedly alleging that 50 boxes were stolen. Vijay Shivtare said that Abdul Sattar lost patience and fell asleep. Also, since Ajit Pawar, Supriya Sule and Aditya Thackeray have given such defamation, they should produce proof of taking 50 boxes in court. Shivtare explained that otherwise, a defamation notice of Rs 2500 crore would be issued.