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We want to bring back the glory of Maharashtra: Supriya Sule

09 Jul 2019

Teesta Setalvad speaks to NCP leader Supriya Sule on issues ranging from the upcoming elections in Maharasthra to mass surveillance to water conservation. Seen as a dynamic next gen leader, Supriya Sule is known for her attention to details and oratory. That she brings a personal touch to her politics makes her a leader to watch out for.

 

We want to bring back the glory of Maharashtra: Supriya Sule

Teesta Setalvad speaks to NCP leader Supriya Sule on issues ranging from the upcoming elections in Maharasthra to mass surveillance to water conservation. Seen as a dynamic next gen leader, Supriya Sule is known for her attention to details and oratory. That she brings a personal touch to her politics makes her a leader to watch out for.

 

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