Accessing wpa_supplicant using wpa_cli without sudo

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I am using wpa_supplicant service to connect with wifi networks in ubuntu 18.04. Its configuration file is as below.

to communicate with wpa_supplicant i have to use wpa_cli with sudo. Is there another way by which i dont have to use sudo and still be able to connect with wifi networks.

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