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Trends: WIRC results

Following are the important trends appearing:

  • Sunil Patodia has reached the quota. Congratulations!
  • Girish Kulkarni and Chandrakant Pawar have moved to 17th and 20th position repsectively.
  • Vandana Dodhia and Shruti Shah has equal votes and neck to neck with 753 votes each.
  • Paliwal gave only 121 votes to Lalit Bajaj and now no hope for Lalit Bajaj.
  • Mahendra Mehta and Jayesh kala too are neck to neck and interesting to know, who eliminates first out of them.


  1. Anonymous12:05 PM

    What about Pune's Candidates? especially sarvesh Joshi?

  2. Lalit will get good numbers from mitish modi also.....

  3. Lalit will get a good number from kamlesh saboo also. In fact from mitish and saboo he will get another 75 votes......i repeat 75.

    my earlier prediction that he will get 100+ and not more than 150 from dayaram went true.

  4. lalit will end up with 835+ votes

  5. Anonymous12:47 PM

    MANISH : Who will lead WIRC in next three year ? You R great in prediction - ur Friend

  6. Anonymous1:07 PM

    sir, status of next elimination....

  7. Anonymous1:43 PM

    Sarvesh fate depends upon votes to be trfd from his fellow Pune candidate

  8. Anonymous2:00 PM

    what's current status


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