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Status after Jayesh Kala elimnation

Position
NAME OF CANDIDATE
Votes
1
 SAVLA PRITI PARAS- MUMBAI
1681
2
 CHITALE SUSHRUT MUKUND- MUMBAI
1681
3
 KHANDELWAL PURUSHOTTAM LAL- AHMEDABAD
1681
4
 DESAI DRUSHTI RAHUL- MUMBAI
1681
5
 ALSHI RAKESH GANPAT- MUMBAI
1681
6
 KELKAR ABHIJIT JAYANT- NAGPUR
1681
7
 GADIA MANISH R- MUMBAI
1681
8
 TALATI ANIKET SUNIL- AHMEDABAD
1681
9
 SABOO KAMLESH- THANE
1681
10
 SHARMA UMESH RAMNARAYAN- AURANGABAD
1649
11
 JAIN SANDEEP KAILASHCHAND- MUMBAI
1634
12
 SHAH PRIYAM RAMESHBHAI- AHMEDABAD
1543
13
 AGARWAL VISHNU KUMAR - MUMBAI
1543
14
 SHINAGARE SHILPA BABASAHEB- MUMBAI
1482
15
 MUNDADA SATYANARAYAN GOVERDHANLAL- PUNE
1476
16
 AGRAWAL PRADEEP KANAIYALAL- VADODARA
1464
17
 SHAH HARDIK PRAVINKUMAR- SURAT
1462
18
 BAJAJ LALIT LAXMINARAYAN- MUMBAI
1423
19
 SHAH SHRUTI JAYESH - MUMBAI
1332
20
 KULKARNI VIKRANT MURLIDHAR- NASHIK
1293
21
 AGARWAL BALKISHAN - SURAT
1287
22
 MAJITHIA NEEL PANKAJ- MUMBAI
1215
23
 JOSHI SARVESH NANDLAL- PUNE
1155
24
 VAIDYA AMBARISH ASHOK- PUNE
1146

Comments

  1. CA Rahul P Jain, Navi Mumbai10:51 PM

    Probably this would be the first time that WIRC will have 4 lady members as RCM. Women Empowerment. Who knows one of them might lead the council.

    ReplyDelete
  2. CA Rahul P Jain, Navi Mumbai11:10 PM

    Most of the eliminations are as expected.

    ReplyDelete

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