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Saket Jain gives push to Ashok Jain

Ashok Jain and Sandeep Jain  seems to be major beneficiary of elimination.of saket Jain. will keep u posted once get the final data.

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  1. mistake - ashok jain is the beneficiary

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  2. Anonymous3:51 PM

    No this time Ashok Jain can not climb. Last occasion (2009), on Elimination of Jayesh Kala, he took a lead. This type, the situation will be vice versa.

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  3. Anonymous3:53 PM

    Raval Parag Rajnikant-Ahmedabad 1397
    Chitale Sushrut Mukund-Mumbai 1397
    Savla Priti Paras -Thane 1397
    Kinare Mangesh Pandurang-Mumbai 1373.92
    Shah Shardul Dilip-Mumbai 1314.85
    Patodia Sunil Kumar-Mumbai 1304.99
    Nagori Abhishek-Vadodara 1298.05
    Khandelwal Dhiraj Kumar-Mumbai 1202.53
    Shah Julfesh Madhusudan-Nagpur 1055.15
    Shah Hardik Pravinkumar-Surat 1042.7
    Agarwal Vishnu Kumar-Mumbai 1007.92
    Shah Priyam Rameshbhai-Ahmedabad 1004.13
    Kedia Subodhkumar Bajranglal -Ahmedabad 996.72
    Mundada Satyanarayan Goverdhanlal-Pune 905.1
    Majithia Neel Pankaj-Mumbai 876.99
    Bhandari Anil Satyanarayan-Mumbai 867.82
    Kulkarni Girish Ramchandra-Aurangabad 820.42
    Madkholkar Mahesh Keshav -Thane 777.99
    Apte Dilip Moreshwar-Mumbai 770.26
    Pawar Chandrakant Vasant-Nashik 759.27
    Ramesha Shetty-Mumbai 748.62
    Joshi Sarvesh Nandlalpune 730.99
    Kelkar Abhijit Jayant-Nagpur 728.96
    Dodhia Vandana Vershibhai -Mumbai 706.48
    Shah Shruti Jayesh -Mumba 687.34
    Jain Sandeep Kailashchand-Mumbai 669.59
    Mehta Mahendra-Mumbai 645.46
    Kala Jayesh Umedmal -Mumbai 640.69
    Modi Mitishkumar Sanmukhlal-Surat 633.45
    Kulkarni Vijaykant Jagannath -Pune 619.53
    Saboo Kamlesh-Thane 557.57
    Bajaj Lalit Laxminarayan-Bhayandar 547.82
    Jagetia Raj Kumar -Mumbai 520.82
    Jain Ashok Chand-Mumbai 489.25
    Pagariya Ashokkumar Nensukh-Pune 463.74
    Paliwal Dayaram-Bhayandar 462.99
    Dhamankar Pramod Dattatray-Vasai 407.42

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  4. I agree. He doesn't stand any chance.

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  5. Anonymous4:01 PM

    Thanks Ashwin.

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  6. Anonymous4:03 PM

    In above data of Jagetia Raj Kumar -Mumbai 520.82 seems to be wrong.

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