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Dhiraj or Anil OR Both?



  • So now we can see things on the expected lines. The million dollar question is now whether Dhiraj and Anil both can make it or only one of them? And if ONLY one of them then who?


  • Hope followers of Julfesh would have reckoned by now with the fact that he is no more in the race. It is matter of time only. But the most interesting thing is when he is eliminated what he does with these three gentlemen, Dhiraj, Anil and Parag?
  • The moment Durgesh Kabra is eliminated, one of my dear friends with whom I worked in regional council, Dhiraj and Anil Bhandari will push Julfesh below them. so the next elimination will of of Julfesh and not of Anil. Parag may by this time move to 11th position.
  • If Durgesh Kabra gives more than 250 votes each to Dhiraj and Anil, in that case Parag can move to 12th position with elimination of Durgesh and in that scenario, game over and council is decided.
  • If Parag hold on his 10th or 11th position, in that case Julfesh become the deciding factor. Whomsoever out of these three competitions he gives the least vote, he will be the sufferer.So Game is still open.
Here is the status after Sanjeev Lalan, my friend with whom also I got opportunity to work with when he was secretary of WIRC.


Position
NAME OF CANDIDATE
Votes
1
SHIWAJI ZAWARE-PUNE
3230
2
NILESH VIKAMSEY-MUMBAI
3230
3
DHINAL SHAH-AHMEDABAD
3146
4
NANDKISHORE HEGDE-MUMBAI
3074
5
JAY  CHHAIRA-SURAT
2951
6
MANGESH KINARE-MUMBAI
2865
7
TARUN GHIA-MUMBAI
2755
8
NIHAR JAMBUSARIA -MUMBAI
2663
9
PRAFULLA CHHAJED-MUMBAI
2478
10
PARAG RAVAL-AHMEDABAD
2456
11
JULFESH SHAH -NAGPUR
2326
12
ANIL BHANDARI-MUMBAI
2246
13
DHIRAJ KHANDELWAL-MUMBAI
2243
14
DURGESH KABRA-MUMBAI
1973
15
SANJEEV LALAN-MUMBAI
0
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. very rightly said but I have seen since morning only Local Candidates were benefited from any elimination so now it is clear Dhiraj and Anil would make their presence in council. - CA Lokesh Khadaria


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  2. Perfect judgement
    Elemination of durgesh will elect dheerqj

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  3. Perfect judgement
    Elemination of durgesh will elect dheerqj

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