The Lok Sabha member from Baramati was speaking to reporters in Maharashtra's Nashik district during her 'Sanvad' (dialogue) campaign to reach out to the public ahead of the state Assembly elections, due in September-October.
On Saturday, when NCP MP Supriya Sule was in Solapur to attend a party function, her driver parked the vehicle illegally on the road, leading to a traffic blockade. The Solapur City traffic police officer issued her a challan, following which she paid the fine.
She said the debate on scrapping the special status of Jammu and Kashmir will remain incomplete in the records of Parliament as well as history in the absence of former J&K Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah.
Sharad Pawar said some people did have doubts about the use of EVMs in polling and having such doubts “was not good for democracy". At a separate event in Pune on Tuesday, Sule said the use of ballot papers was more transparent than EVMs.
In Baramati, Sharad Pawar’s home turf, daughter and sitting MP Supriya Sule is seeking re-election in a contest marked by acrimony and intense campaigning by senior state BJP leaders and also BJP president Amit Shah.