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Sub Parcel yet to be distributed so waiting for that

This is after Mitish Modi. This is partial from main packet only:

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
1414
11
Shah Hardik Pravinkumar
Surat
1396
8
Nagori Abhishek
Vadodara
1387
9
Agarwal Vishnu Kumar
Mumbai
1227
10
Shah Julfesh Madhusudan
Nagpur
1095
12
Mundada Satyanarayan Goverdhanlal
Pune
1056
13
Kedia Subodhkumar Bajranglal
Ahmedabad
1047
14
Shah Priyam Rameshbhai
Ahmedabad
1032
15
Bhandari Anil Satyanarayan
Mumbai
1003
16
Majithia Neel Pankaj
Mumbai
929
17
Jain Sandeep Kailashchand
Mumbai
919
18
Kulkarni Girish Ramchandra
Aurangabad
909
19
Madkholkar Mahesh Keshav
Thane
885
20
Apte Dilip Moreshwar
Mumbai
833
21
Pawar Chandrakant Vasant
Nashik
826
22
Joshi Sarvesh Nandlal
Pune
805
23
Bajaj Lalit Laxminarayan
Bhayandar
802
26
Shah Shruti Jayesh
Mumba
787
24
Ramesha Shetty
Mumbai
786
25
Kelkar Abhijit Jayant
Nagpur
776
27
Dodhia Vandana Vershibhai
Mumbai
770
28
Mehta Mahendra
Mumbai
744
29
Kala Jayesh Umedmal
Mumbai
722
30
Kulkarni Vijaykant Jagannath
Pune
673


Comments

  1. Anonymous4:10 PM

    A gentle request to the elected members at WIRC and Central... please make the counting process faster... This is taking more time than even a test match!

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