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NCP says Sharad Pawar received death threats saying will make you Dabholkar soon

NCP says Sharad Pawar received death threats saying will make you Dabholkar soon

Mumbai, June 9 ( UNI) NCP chief Sharad Pawar has received a death threat on Facebook here on Friday.
It contains the text that you will soon become Dabholkar.
It has come to light through a Twitter handle and a post on Facebook.
In one of these posts on Facebook, Sharad Pawar has been threatened that 'You will soon become Dabholkar'.
On the Twitter handle of Saurabh Pimpalkar, a text containing offensive language about Sharad Pawar. The NCP has taken serious notice of both threats.
The NCP delegation led by Supriya Sule met the Mumbai Police Commissioner this morning. Police Commissioner assured Sule that he would personally look into this case.
Sule interacted with the media after meeting the Commissioner of Police. The threat received by Sharad Pawar should be thoroughly investigated, she demanded. Repression and gangsterism continue in Maharashtra. I am seeking justice from the home minister of the country, she added.
She said that if something bad happens in the future, the home minister of the country and the state will be responsible.
Sule also demanded that the Maharashtra government take cognizance of the complaint and take strict action at the earliest including Pawar's security and whose invisible hand behind it is important to come forward. All this should be transparently investigated. I am seeking justice from the Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra, said Sule.
She also demanded justice from Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Sharad Pawar is the leader of the country and Amit Shah is the home minister of the country, said Sule to media.
In Maharashtra, the Home Department is consistently failing. In the matter of women's safety, the Union Home Ministry needs to pay immediate attention, she said.
Amit Shah should review the situation in the state regarding women's safety. Maharashtra is peace-loving. It is no coincidence that such incidents are happening continuously in Maharashtra.
Nagar, Solapur, Kolhapur, how do things keep happening, does it mean that some invisible hand is doing something? She questioned.
What is the police detective agency doing? Sule criticized that this is a failure of the home department.

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