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CC: Dhinal reaches the quota after Durgesh Buch Elimination


  • Now Rajesh Loya is sure to loose.
  • Jay Chhaira seems sure to win.
  • Final contest is between N C Hegde and Prafulla Chhajed.
Rank
Name
Total
1st  Preference
1
 Dhinal Shah
3428
2494
2
 SB Zaware
3146
2508
3
 Nihar Jambusaria
2703
2170
4
 Nilesh Vikamsey
2630
2090
5
 Rajkumar Adukia
2625
1663
6
 Shriniwas Joshi
2417
1686
7
 Sanjeev Maheshwari
2384
1756
8
 Tarun Ghia
2138
1732
9
 Jay Chhaira
2087
1540
10
 Pankaj Jain
2042
1591
11
 NC Hegde
1802
1478
12
 Prafulla Chhajed
1737
1278
13
 Rajesh Loya
1664
1519
14
 Sanjeev Lalan
1565
1332

Comments

  1. Anonymous7:49 PM

    post land scam effect...

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  2. Anonymous7:49 PM

    Nagar Sir, thanks for updation

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  3. Anonymous7:50 PM

    Sh. Dhinal Shah has got good 1st pref. and 2nd pref. as well see gap of 1000 arroung

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  4. Anonymous7:51 PM

    why there is getting so much of time for updation???

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  5. Atul T Suraiya7:51 PM

    Prafulla Chhajed has done good home work on subsequent preferences, which is what is keeping him alive in the race! Good work Prafulla!!

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  6. Anonymous7:58 PM

    Amber Kasliwal's elimination would change some ranking at RCM

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  7. Process is manual so takes too much of time. Network too not very good here.

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    1. Anonymous8:02 PM

      NO problem sir, you carry on we appreciate your concern.

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  8. Anonymous7:58 PM

    pl insert CC table instead of RC table

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  9. Anonymous8:06 PM

    Ashwin sir, RC table is posted instead of CC. This is like power gone in last five overs of match. pls update... thanks

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  10. Anonymous8:13 PM

    Ashwin sir, Plese put in central council table instead of RC in this blog.

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  11. Sorry I pasted RC table, corrected the mistake

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  12. Anonymous8:21 PM

    Breaking News: Prafulla Chhajed crosses Rajesh Loya on Durgesh Buch elimination, Dhinal Shah gets over 800 2nds! Since Dhinal needed only 3 votes from Buch elimination re-distribution of remaining 790 odd votes! The gap between Chhajed and Hegde is barely 100 votes now......and if Prafulla can close the gap to around 75 votes after Dhinal's surplus and Lalan;s elimination, he would be the FAVOURITE to take the 11th and final spot on the Council from Western region! Loya's elimination should conservatively give Prafulla around 150 to 200 2nds, considering the fact that he is extremely popular in the interiors... Only one question now remains - Can Hegde pull off a big surprise on Lalan's exit? I have my own doubts seeing the trend upto now...

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  13. Anonymous8:49 PM

    Chhajed has reduced his gap with Hegde to just 64 votes and crossed Loya comfortably!!! All Prafulla needs to do is keep Hegde's lead below 100 after Lalan's elimination! If he does that, Prafulla should cross Hegde on Loya's elimination! If Prafulla has received 70 and 100 votes respectively from Vijay Bhatt & Durgesh Buch, be rest assured that he will receive not less than 200 on Loya's elimination! Prafulla Chhajed now is the favourite! Another important point to note: Lalan is exiting with around 1600 odd votes, where Nilesh Vikamsey should get not less than 400 odd 2nds ... but Nilesh needs only 64 votes to cross quota! Which means another re-distribution of around 350 odd votes will take place.... as if we have seen with Pandit & Buch's elimination where Mr. Zaware and Dhinal's surpluses were distributed, Prafulla tends to get a lot of 2nds and 3rd preferences.... my bet is that will continue with Lalan's elimination and Nilesh's surplus! A big bonanza for Prafulla - Nihar Jambusaria, who would have potentially got over 100 odd 2nds of Lalan, has already crossed quota! So again 3rd preferences come into play! Prafulla Chhajed is now the FAVOURITE for 11th and final spot!!!!!!


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  14. Anonymous8:49 PM

    We are like a father outside the labour room!

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  15. Anonymous8:53 PM

    History has it, N V Iyer Sir, N P Sarda Sir were weak on subsequent preferences, so....

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  16. Here goes latest count after Durgesh Buch elimination & Dhinal 's surplus re-distribution:

    1. SB Zaware - 2694
    2. Nihar Jambusaria - 2694
    3. Dhinal Shah - 2694
    4. Nilesh Vikamsey - 2631
    5. Rajkumar Adukia - 2624
    6. Shriniwas Joshi - 2419
    7. Sanjeev Maheshwari - 2383
    8. Tarun Ghia - 2137
    9. Jay Chhaira - 2087
    10. Pankaj Jain - 2042
    11. NC Hegde - 1801
    12. Prafulla Chhajed - 1737
    13. Rajesh Loya - 1664
    14. Sanjeev Lalan - 1565

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  17. final counts similar to final over of 20-20 where match remain equally balanced

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  18. Here goes latest count after Durgesh Buch elimination & Dhinal 's surplus re-distribution:

    1. SB Zaware - 2694
    2. Nihar Jambusaria - 2694
    3. Dhinal Shah - 2694
    4. Nilesh Vikamsey - 2631
    5. Rajkumar Adukia - 2624
    6. Shriniwas Joshi - 2419
    7. Sanjeev Maheshwari - 2383
    8. Tarun Ghia - 2137
    9. Jay Chhaira - 2087
    10. Pankaj Jain - 2042
    11. NC Hegde - 1801
    12. Prafulla Chhajed - 1737
    13. Rajesh Loya - 1664
    14. Sanjeev Lalan - 1565

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  19. Anonymous9:31 PM

    Breaking News: On Lalan's elimination Chhajed gets 82, Hegde gets 49! this is the status...
    11. Hegde - 1850
    12. Chhajed - 1818

    Nilesh Vikamsey has secured 427 2nd preferences of Lalan's exit, crossed the quota and now around 350 of his excess votes will be distributed... Cant rule out Chhajed crossing Hegde on Nilesh's surplus distribution itself! Prafulla Chhajed now has ONE FOOT firmly inside the ICAI Council Hall!!!!!!!

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