NCP candidate from ward no. 86 Dinanath Patil is also the sitting corporator of the area. With the past record of the work that he has done, residents of the ward say that they have full faith that he will complete the remaining work in his next tenure as corporator. In the past NMTV News had brought to you a report on the good track record of public work of Dinanath Patil – who also happens to be the corporator of ward no. 86. Citizens has informed us that their corporator had fulfilled his election promises when he was elected as their corporator. Outside the village, even the tax paying citizens living in Nilgiri Garden and Ekta Vihar voiced satisfaction about their corporator’s work, specifically giving him a thumbs up for the Amra-Marg. At that time Dinanath Patil had informed that he got concrete results for the three major issues in the ward were the pathetic conditions of the Zillah Parishad hospital, security wall to the pond in Belapur village, providing a clean environment and municipal school for the poor. For the kind of performance that Dinanath Patil has again been chosen by Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh NAik to represent the ward, which has now become ward no. 86 as their NCP candidate. While he could do many work, there are still other priorities that he has taken up in these elections. He also spoke about his biggest challenge on hand. NCP candidate Dinanath Patil also said that he was getting good response. And it does not come as a surprise that Dinanath Patil is getting the support of voters in the ward. Who doesn’t remember how a citizen of the ward and President of the Ram Janm Committee has praised Dinanath Patil’s work in poetic style. With the track record of the public work that Dinanath Patil has done in his ward and the progress mantra of the Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik for Navi Mumbai, it may bring victory to NCP candidate from ward no. 86 Dinanath Patil. With cameraperson Abhay Prasad, Monika Bhosale for NMTV News.
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