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The Final tally

Rank
Name
City
Total
1st pref
1
Parag Raval
Ahmedabad
2067
2067
2
Sushrut Chitale
Mumbai
1555
1555
3
Priti Savla
Thane
1514
1514
4
Mangesh Kinare
Mumbai
1397
1290
5
Sunil Patodia
Mumbai
1397
1205
6
Dhiraj Khandelwal
Mumbai
1397
1069
7
Hardik Shah
Surat
1397
932
8
Shardul Shah
Mumbai
1397
1166
9
Abhishek Nagori
Vadodara
1397
1226
10
Vishnu Kumar Agarwal
Mumbai
1397
914
11
Julfesh Shah
Nagpur
1397
1000
12
Girish Kulkarni
Aurangabad
1397
775
13
Satyanarayan Mundada
Pune
1304
819
14
Shruti Shah
Mumbai
1297
516
15
Anil Bhandari  Satyanarayan
Mumbai
1242
772
16
Sandeep Jain
Mumbai
1190
596
17
Neel Majithia
Mumbai
1180
816
18
Dilip Apte Moreshwar
Pune
1136
698
19
Subodh Kedia
Ahmedabad
1131
686
20
Priyam Shah
Ahmedabad
1102
805
21
Sarvesh Joshi
Pune
1076
661
22
Mahesh Madkholkar
Thane
1063
682
23
Lalit Laxminarayan Bajaj
Bhayandar
996
509


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  1. Anonymous11:28 AM

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