Lok Sabha MP and Sharad Pawar’s daughter Supriya Sule faced flak from political leaders as well as on social media after she told a group of female students in Maharashtra’s Nashik district on Thursday that she discusses matters like sarees with fellow legislators if discussions in the House get repetitive.
“When I go to Parliament, I hear the first speech, the second speech and the third speech. Till the fourth speech, the one who is speaking is saying the same things the earlier speakers have said,” she said at an event organised by the Nashik-based Fravashi International Academy.
“If you ask me what was said, after the fourth speech, I am unable to do so. We speak to some other MP… We discuss things like: from where did you buy your saree and from where did I get mine.”
After facing a wave of criticism on the issue, the Baramati MP said on Friday that she was misquoted.