Friday, April 24, 2009

NCP- Congress RPI alliance candidate Sanjeev Naik seeking the blessings of an elderly voter during his campaign.

Vashi Times
April 25 – May 1, 2009

Sanjeev Naik is banking on the good work he has done during his tenure as Navi Mumbai mayor.
“The electorate of this constituency is clever enough to know the value of their vote on a candidate with dubious pat,” said Sanjeev Naik while addressing media persons in his campaign trial.

“Our party was instrumental in construction of the Morbe Dam, which will take care of the water requirement of Navi Mumbai and its adjoining areas beyond 2020,” said Sanjeev Naik. Further adding that the Property Tax rates for Navi Mumbai has not been increased for last few years as promised by the Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik.

On April 23, Sanjeev Naik “unveiled” his “five mantras” for the constituency’s rapid development which is:
1) Solving water crisis – by bringing the excess water from Morbe Dam to Thane in future to fulfill water requirement.
2) Healthy living – by replicating his success in getting the Cleanest City Award for Navi Mumbai to Thane and Mira-Bhayander as well.
3) Solving traffic problems – by starting sea transport and mono rail in the constituency which will not save time but also reduce the traffic on raod and help to develop reliable and low cost transportation in the region.
4) Pollution Control – by installing sewerage treatment plants in the constituency and plant more trees to protect the environment
5) Rehabilitation of slums – through SRA similar to Mumbai’s Dharavi slum redevelopment and making the dream come true of the slum dwellers to own a house in a building.

To support his vision, Sanjeev Naik also launced his official Website – – to reach out to the masses. He said, “People in my constituency can use this platform to post the various issues they are facing and I personally will be monitoring their problems. I will try to address the issues raised within 24 hours. I ca thus work closely with people for their benefit.”

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