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Vandana will move up

When Mahendra Mehta and Ramesha Shetty are eliminated, they will give enough votes to Vandana that she will move up and you will see next elimination of Abhijit Kelkar and Chandrakant Pawar. Chandrakant Pawar is now sure to loose and he will be the second sitting regional council member who will be defeated in this elections. Unfortunate, but hard luck.

Dilip Apte will get more votes from the elimination of Ramesha Shetty compared to Sarvesh Joshi and that will give move him up and above Sarvesh Joshi, this is what I think. 

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  1. SITTING MEMBERS LOSING FROM MUMBAI IS A CLEAR INDICATION OF THE KIND OF SERVICE THEY RENDERED IN THEIR TERM, YOU CAN WIN ON CASTEISM ONCE BUT NOT ALWAYS.

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  2. Anonymous8:49 PM

    I feel RCM Shruti shah will surely win

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    1. Anonymous9:55 PM

      Chances are for Shruti and Lalit

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  3. Anonymous8:55 PM

    ashwinji what do you think of lalit bajaj?

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    1. Anonymous9:21 PM

      not sure

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    2. Anonymous9:54 PM

      Lalit Bajaj is sure and will jump after Mahendra Mehta's elimination.

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  4. Anonymous9:24 PM

    Sirji upto what time counting will continue...today...

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    1. Anonymous9:56 PM

      As yesterday upto 10.00

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  5. Anonymous9:25 PM

    C V Pawar loosing is a sad blow to SMP's from Interior

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  6. Anonymous9:57 PM

    Shruti and Lalit 21st & 22nd

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    1. Anonymous10:26 PM

      Chances of Vandana seems to be less

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