Updated 10:48 AM Apr 18, 2014

Ajit Pawar allegedly threatened people to vote for Sule, AAP files complaint

Ajit Pawar allegedly threatened people to vote for Sule, AAP files complaint

Ajit Pawar is allegedly heard in the video telling villagers in Baramati that if they do not vote for Sule, he will cut off their water supply.

  • Complaint filed by AAP's Suresh Khopde
  • Police has accepted Khopde's written complaint
  • Supriya Sule is Ajit Pawar's cousin
  • Voting for Baramati was held on Thursday

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