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RC: Elimination of Punita

Rank
Name
 City
Total
1st Pref
1
Parag Raval
Ahmedabad
2067
2067
2
Priti Savla
Thane
1393
1514
3
Sushrut Chitale
Mumbai
1384
1555
4
Mangesh Kinare
Mumbai
1361
1290
5
Shardul Shah
Mumbai
1268
1166
6
Abhishek Nagori
Vadodara
1268
1226
7
Sunil Patodia
Mumbai
1248
1205
8
Dhiraj Khandelwal
Mumbai
1116
1069
9
Julfesh Shah
Nagpur
1046
1000
10
Priyam Shah
Ahmedabad
995
805
11
Subodh Kedia
Ahmedabad
967
686
12
Hardik Shah
Surat
966
932
13
Vishnu Kumar Agarwal
Mumbai
943
914
14
Neel Majithia
Mumbai
851
816
15
Satyanarayan Mundada
Pune
844
819
16
Anil Bhandari  Satyanarayan
Mumbai
820
772
17
Girish Kulkarni
Aurangabad
797
775
18
Mahesh Madkholkar
Thane
763
682
19
Chandrakant Pawar
Nashik
745
728
20
Dilip Apte Moreshwar
Pune
740
698
21
Ramesha Shetty
Mumbai
736
717
22
Abhijit Kelkar
Nagpur
713
655
23
Sarvesh Joshi
Pune
678
661
24
Vandana Dodhia
Mumbai
656
574
25
Sandeep Jain
Mumbai
613
596
26
Shruti Shah
Mumbai
610
516
27
Mahendra Mehta
Mumbai
603
570
28
Vijaykant Kulkarni
Pune
596
582
29
Jayesh Kala
Mumbai
593
568
30
Mitish Modi
Surat
549
534
31
Kamlesh Saboo
Thane
531
494
32
Lalit Laxminarayan Bajaj
Bhayandar
525
509
33
Raj Jagetia
Mumbai
491
476
34
Dayaram Paliwal
Bhayandar
435
421
35
Ashok Chand Jain
Mumbai
411
390
36
Pramod Dhamankar
Vasai
387
359
37
Ashok Pagariya
Pune
387
380
38
Saket Jain
Mumbai
368
356
39
Vijay Chhallani
Pune
355
342
40
Ambar Kasliwal
Mumbai
287
276
41
Rinkle Gorwara
Mumbai
283
254
42
Surendra Gaggar
Surat
255
245


Comments

  1. Anonymous10:49 PM

    Is the counting get extended till late hours or else? Any announcements about day end?

    ReplyDelete
  2. Anonymous11:17 PM

    how come votes of Parag Rawal's excess vote not distributed ?

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