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For last seat there will fight between Mahesh & Lalit

I think, now the situation very much clear and obvious. Shruti who is on 22nd place at this moment will move up and she is sure to win. Rest everyone in the list at this moment are sure. Movement of Shruti will put Mahesh Madkholkar at 22nd place. So the final fight will be between Mahesh and Lalit Bajaj. Looking at current situation I understand Mahesh has better chance to win. It is 60-40.

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  1. Anonymous10:49 PM

    since mahesh is from thane, i dnt see any 2nds going to him nw....its lalit bajaj surely for 22nd seat

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    1. Anonymous11:27 PM

      God will help to Mahesh and Good Preference will help to Lalit Bajaj

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  2. Anonymous10:53 PM

    Lalit may get a good share from Ramesha and likely to secure his position

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  3. What will happen to Ca Sarvesh & CA Apte

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    1. Both of them would be in...

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  4. Anonymous11:28 PM

    I understand the same

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  5. Anonymous11:29 PM

    what is the latest update after eliination of Ramesh shetty

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  6. MAHESH WUD ATLEAST WORK FOR PUBLIC, ITS NOT TRUE FOR BAJAJ. MAHESH SHOULD WIN.

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  7. Mean,Bajaj should Work for Public, May both Win.

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  8. Anonymous1:13 AM

    All elected rep. should work for betterment of profession.

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