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Vandana and Pawar eliminated

This is the situation after elimination of Vandana Dodhia. CV Pawar too got eliminated.  Girish has achieved quota and this is a  history made by Marathwada.. 

Results awaited. Looking at the below figures, I think Lalit will be at 23rd position, and Sarvesh would be able to make it to Council, reason being, Pawar will give more to Sarvesh than Lalit. Let's see the final results. 

13 Shruti Shah 1246
14 Anil Bhandari 1202
15 Neel Majithia 1172
16 Sandeep Jain 1170
17 Girish Kulkarni 1140
18 Subodh Kedia 1128
19 Priyam Shah 1097
20 Dilip Apte Moreshwar 1075
21 Mahesh Madkholkar 1036
22 Sarvesh Joshi 1001
23 Lalit Laxminarayan Bajaj 978
24 Chandrakant Pawar 931

Comments

  1. Anonymous8:39 AM

    From 25th position to 13th position - What subsequent preferences can do! Shruti you have to appreciate those who gave you their "best available preference". It is a lesson to all candidates, ask not for first preference, but best available preference!!

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    1. Anonymous9:04 AM

      She was 30th or so in the first round. Truly amazing !

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  2. Atul T Suraiya8:41 AM

    Chandrakant, I feel sorry for you. But a good experience which will broaden your perspective, I am sure.

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  3. Anonymous8:52 AM

    CA SARVESH JOSHI..

    GODD LUCK TO ENTER WIRC COUNCIL

    MERRY CHRISMAS
    25.12.2012 @ 8.30 AM

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  4. S G Mundada and Girish Kulkarni are both from Marathwada ... so finally MARATHWADA gor its dues....

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  5. Anonymous10:54 AM

    Finally Marathwada got its dues ... S G Mundada and Girish Kulkarni both are originally from MARATHWADA...

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