Monday, December 8, 2008

Vote for Sanjeev Naik is mandate for development

Koperkhairane, Navi Mumbai,
"Shri R.R.Patil Said, he was addressing the large gathering of supporters of Shri. Sanjeev Naik for the Thane Lok Sabha by poll at the R.F. Naik school ground, here on may 14.
Shri. R.R.Patil further stated stated that the NCP-Congress-RPI progressive, secular front candidate Sanjeev Naik has been given a historic candidature and hence it testifies the party's trust in him for the welfare of the city and it's citizens.
A galaxy of state leaders graced the dias, which included Shri Chagan Bhujbal, Shri Bahanrao Pachpute, Shri Dilip walse Patil, Shri Ganesh Naik, Shri Chandrakant Handore, Shri Arun Gujarati, Mrs. Nivedita Mane, Shri Vasant Davkahre.
The Local leaders present included mayor of Navi Mumbai Anjani bhoir, deputy mayor shashkant Birjdar, Navi Mumbai Congress President Namdev Bhagat, NMMC opposition leader Dashrath Bhagat, Navi Mumbai NCP President Gopinath Thakur, President of NCP Mahila wing of Navi mumbai Kamaltai Patil, President of Navi Mumbai Congress Mahila wing sudarshana kaushik, M.A.Patil chief of lal Nishan Party, Babasaheb Gokhale chief of Lok Shahir Annabhau Sathe corpotation, narendra Patil leader of Mathadi union, former deputy mayor and AICC member Anil Kaushik, Ankush Sonawane Congress SC/ST cell leader and independent corporator Sudhakar Sonawane.
Shri R.R.Patil mentioned the role of Sanjeev Naik in approving the initative to purchase the Morbe Dam for Navi Mumbai and expressed his ability to do the same for the Thane region.
Shri Babanrao Pachpute stating that no small trees grow under a big banyan tree, informed shri Ganesh Naik is like the sandalwood tree below which saplings grew and the flowering of Sanjeev Naik is a fitting testimony of this.
Mrs. Manda Mhatre called the candidature to Sanjeev naik by shir Sharadchandra Pawar as an opportunity to youth and trust in emerging leadership of dynamic youth in the country. she said that it was now the responsiblility of the party workers to uphold sharadchandra Pawar's trust by giving a large mandate to Sanjeev Naik.

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