Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Sanjeev Naik’s hectic campaigning, meetings scheduled on the 38th Birthday.

It’s a birthday he will remember forever. Amidst hectic electioneering, Naik will Celebrate his birthday today. “I would rather be surrounded by friends, followers and well-wishers than sit at home. This is not the time for Merry making,” said Naik who turns 38.
Naik went home at Balaji Gardens barely for an hour on Tuesday late night to seek the blessing s of parents and spend some time with his family before rushing to Bhayander. “I have packed schedule on Wednesday. We had a family get-together on Tuesday Night and then I went back to Bhayander where I have to attend meetings from 8 am to 10 am. The restof the day will be spent in Thane,” said an enthusiastic Naik.

In the meanwhile, his friends and party members pledged their support on the eve of his birthday. NCP corporator Jayaji nath Said,
“Our birthday gift would be that we would work even harder and reach out to more people. W e will seek people’s blessings and ensure that our leader wins the forthcoming elections with a huge margin. That will be the best birthday gift.”
With barely ten days left for voting, Naik has his hands full and is busy trying to woo people in the Thane constituency are educated persons. 74 percent of the total voters reside in the city and semi-urban pockets.
The changing population dynamics has forced political parties to redesign their poll campaigns. Issues related to infrastructure, transportation, housing etc have emerged as matters of prime importance, Naik said during interview.

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