It’s NCP youth corporator Suraj Patil’s birthday. NMTV brings to you a special feature. Suraj Patil – NCP corporator from Kuksheth village in Nerul is perhaps one of the few young corporators who are living up to the expectations that one has from youth politicians. Silent and sober, Suraj Patil hails from a middle class family of natives of the village. From a young age, Suraj Patil was inclined towards public service and that’s why he was sure to be there from anyone in trouble or need in his village. Inspired from the life of Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik, Suraj Patil decided to join the NCP party. And post this; is known to work for cause of students, senior citizens, empowering women and youth in his village. What strikes about Suraj Patil after a couple of meetings is that he is trying to make an earnest attempt in working for the public. 2010 marks his debut as Corporator in NMMC and political pundits had predicted prior to results itself that Suraj Patil would win hands down because people in his ward were witness to his work. This was also seen as the reason why Navi Mumbai Congress Chief Namdeo Bhagat who was the sitting corporator of the ward was forced evacuate this ward and contested from another ward in Nerul. Suraj Patil was rewarded for his track record as a NCP party worker when Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik made him member of the NMMC Standing Committee as well. From a NCP party worker to NCP Youth Congress’ Vice President to Corporator and now even member of NMMC Standing Committee – Suraj Patil has come a long way. He says that his only birthday resolution is addressing civic issues of his ward. Suraj Patil says that his top priority is addressing the tax controversy that has been surrounding Kuksheth village. There’s no denying that so far, Suraj Patil has let his work talk for him in his ward. On his birthday, NMTV News wishes that Suraj Patil continues winning the people’s trust in his ward walking the same path during his tenure as corporator ! With cameraperson Santosh Borade – Monika Bhosale for NMTV News.
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