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Status after elimination of Kamlesh Saboo

Rank
Name
City
Total
1
Raval Parag Rajnikant
Ahmedabad
2067
2
Chitale Sushrut Mukund
Mumbai
1555
3
Savla Priti Paras
Thane
1514
4
Kinare Mangesh Pandurang
Mumbai
1422
5
Patodia Sunil Kumar
Mumbai
1400
6
Khandelwal Dhiraj Kumar
Mumbai
1397
7
Shah Shardul Dilip
Mumbai
1396
8
Nagori Abhishek
Vadodara
1350
9
Agarwal Vishnu Kumar
Mumbai
1219
10
Shah Julfesh Madhusudan
Nagpur
1089
11
Shah Hardik Pravinkumar
Surat
1077
12
Mundada Satyanarayan Goverdhanlal
Pune
1056
13
Kedia Subodhkumar Bajranglal
Ahmedabad
1040
14
Shah Priyam Rameshbhai
Ahmedabad
1020
15
Bhandari Anil Satyanarayan
Mumbai
996
16
Majithia Neel Pankaj
Mumbai
916
17
Jain Sandeep Kailashchand
Mumbai
908
18
Kulkarni Girish Ramchandra
Aurangabad
907
19
Madkholkar Mahesh Keshav
Thane
884
20
Apte Dilip Moreshwar
Mumbai
833
21
Pawar Chandrakant Vasant
Nashik
824
22
Joshi Sarvesh Nandlal
Pune
802
23
Bajaj Lalit Laxminarayan
Bhayandar
788
24
Ramesha Shetty
Mumbai
785
25
Kelkar Abhijit Jayant
Nagpur
775
26
Shah Shruti Jayesh
Mumba
774
27
Dodhia Vandana Vershibhai
Mumbai
762
28
Mehta Mahendra
Mumbai
727
29
Kala Jayesh Umedmal
Mumbai
714
30
Kulkarni Vijaykant Jagannath
Pune
671
31
Modi Mitishkumar Sanmukhlal
Surat
646


Comments

  1. Anonymous2:39 PM

    Mitish Modi Past Chairman Surat Branch 2008 Branch Past Branch Treasurer 2009. Then next year try to divide one year in two part 6 month for Manish Jajoo and another six month for Neelkand Desai. He deserve elimination only- From Surat

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  2. Anonymous2:48 PM

    this is correct he deserve this only.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Anonymous2:59 PM

      rightly said

      Delete
    2. Anonymous3:23 PM

      what is that? one year divided into 2 parts of 6 months each!

      Delete
  3. Anonymous3:28 PM

    All my surti friends intentionally try to forget that this is our history. So many past chairmen have done wrong. What is done by last year chairman. He spent hard earned money of students worth Rs. 9 crores in waste land and thrown away bhutwala & co. From positions just because they oppossed. At present, no construction work has commenced as very less construction is permitted. U ask question to tosniwal, why other properties were not compared/not allwed to be compared by ICAI also. What interest he had in acquiring privte propery. Just think twice before pletting stones on others.

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  4. Anonymous3:29 PM

    Who is writing all these for Mitish Bhai wo to unki greatness thi He Want to work as Treasurer after Chairman.

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  5. Anonymous3:32 PM

    very rightly said about Tosniwalji but Bhutwala also want to consider the same land after two three days in his chairmanship only

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  6. Anonymous3:33 PM

    Now enjoy the mudslinging!

    ReplyDelete
  7. Anonymous3:34 PM

    are Suraties what is going on. Kuch to bacha ke rakho sab kapde mat kholo

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  8. Anonymous3:53 PM

    As per my knowlege, bhutwala was in favour of land owned by some bank & present vc jagasheth was in favour of land of chamber....who has done what..can be verified from relavant documents. It is heard that all land deals of ICAI shall be probed after nagpur land fallout. If this is true then truth will come out...surat had one acquisition of property during tenure of UPA. What happened to that project ?

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  9. Anonymous4:30 PM

    Ashwinji please stop these. This blog is not for these comments

    ReplyDelete

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