NMMC Elections 2010 will see a host of new faces who will contest the elections. One of the young faces is that of NCP’s Sunil Sutar – a young, educated and enthusiastic candidate all set to enter the public service domain with municipal elections 2010. Sunil Sutar would be contesting against Congress’s Dashrath Bhagat in the upcoming elections from ward no. 55. NCP’s Sunil Sutar is all set to take on the battle in municipal elections against sitting Congress corporator of ward no. 55 Dashrath Bhagat. Sunil Sutar has a lot of qualities that work in his favour. He’s young, he’s educated, he’s a businessman well settled in his professional and personal life – and now he is all geared up to become one of the young entrants in politics that the nation often talks about. Meet Sunil Sutar – aspiring NCP contestant from Vashi village who is now interested in serving the public. Sunil hails from a family of natives of Navi Mumbai who have well established businesses in the city since decades. Elder son of city resident Krishna Sutar – Sunil is a BCom graduate from Karmveer Bhaurao Patil College at Vashi. Soon after completing his graduation, Sunil joined his father’s business and today shoulders all family responsibilities with him. Being hardcore followers of NCP leader Ganesh Naik, Sunil has been a party worker of the NCP for decades. He has worked in the shadow of the leadership of Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik, MP Dr. Sanjeev Naik and MLA Sandeep Naik. Having experienced grass root working of the NCP, Sunil is all set to now enter the public service domain. He is an aspirant NCP candidate to contest from Vashi village. Sunil’s father has silently been an active social worker in the city. Sunil says that just like the Naik family he too wants to walk the step of grass root public work. Sunil says that MLA Sandeep Naik is his ideal. Sunil has closely studied the problems of Vashi village and lists a few he wants to address. Sunil says that being educated helps him understand the intricacies of public issues. And when education meets experience, then you can be successful in politics. Locals of Vashi village are already giving a warm welcome to Sunil’s decision of entering the race to become their corporators. Looking at Sunil Sutar, it can be easily said that Navi Mumbai is set for change of leadership in NMMC and look like the old and illiterate will be phased out by the young and educated in NMMC Elections 2010. With cameraperson Abhay Prasad, Monika Bhosale for NMTV News.
February 2, 2009