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After Shrinivas Mangesh jumped up

So the Mumbai magic finally started working,. I told you. Mangesh Kinare is now jumped to 6th place. Nihar and Tarun Ghia too has taken over and now Parag is down to 9th place.  Still 8000 Mumbai votes to be distributed on elimination, 6000 if it is Julfesh to be eliminated.


Now turn of Sanjeev Lalan to be eliminated. And you will see Nihar and tarun Gia getting lots of votes from him. And other Mumbai fellow friends Prafulla Chhajed, Dhiraj and Anil Bhandari too will get votes in hundreds. That point of time you will see Julfesh at 11 or 12th. 

Durgesh Kabra elimination will decide fate of Parag that where he stands after that. he may stand at no. 11 and get in, or may be Anil Bhandari and Dhiraj Khandelwal can make him out of the fray.

Here is the tally:

Position
NAME OF CANDIDATE
Votes
1
SHIWAJI ZAWARE-PUNE
3230
2
NILESH VIKAMSEY-MUMBAI
3230
3
DHINAL SHAH-AHMEDABAD
3055
4
NANDKISHORE HEGDE-MUMBAI
2919
5
JAY  CHHAIRA-SURAT
2900
6
MANGESH KINARE-MUMBAI
2763
7
TARUN GHIA-MUMBAI
2529
8
PARAG RAVAL-AHMEDABAD
2421
9
NIHAR JAMBUSARIA -MUMBAI
2358
10
JULFESH SHAH -NAGPUR
2307
11
PRAFULLA CHHAJED-MUMBAI
2299
12
ANIL BHANDARI-MUMBAI
2116
13
DHIRAJ KHANDELWAL-MUMBAI
2093
14
DURGESH KABRA-MUMBAI
1973
15
SANJEEV LALAN-MUMBAI
1899
16
SHRINIWAS JOSHI-MUMBAI
0
17
BRIJMOHAN AGARWAL -MUMBAI
0
18
MAHESH MADKHOLKAR-THANE
0
19
PIYUSH CHHAJED-MUMBAI
0
20
SANJAY PAWAR-PUNE
0
21
NARENDRA SANGANI-MUMBAI
0
22
NARENDRA GUPTA-MUMBAI
0


Comments

  1. Hlad for Mangesh , Nihar , Prafful , Srry for Durgesh , Sanjeev , Piyush

    ReplyDelete
  2. If possible , give a tabular break uo aftter every elimination

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