Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh visited the ward of NCP candidate Suraj Patil from ward no 76. Along with being a businessman, Suraj Patil is young and educated and has a zest to serve the public. The NCP party has fielded a young and dynamic candidate for ward no 76, Suraj Patil. Known for his humility and honesty, Suraj Patil has won the hearts of the residents of this ward by working silently for them over the years with a positive attitude. In Kuksheth village, Suraj Patil’s father was the sarpanch of the village and under him Suraj Patil was exposed to social service to society. This was the reason why Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik deemed Suraj Patil to be deserving candidate of their party for this prestigious ward. Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik boosted the spirit of party workers with his forceful speech for his candidate at the chowk meeting with the residents here. Paying tribute to late corporator Chandrakant Patil, TGM Ganesh Naik said that after his death, the opposition party took the wrong way to take over the seat here in the by elections. However, he was confident that in these elections, Suraj Patil will receive the support and love from the residents and expressed confidence in his victory. Suraj Patil has included development works in his agenda, which included water, meter and gutter repairs along with providing basic amenities to the ward. Also, NMMC schools, gardens, playgrounds and the problems of the society in Sector 10 is also included in his manifesto. With every passing day as the elections draw closer, support for Suraj Patil is increasing. Sitting corporator Namdeo Bhagat has a poor track record of work in the ward according to locals. This is allegedly the reasons that the Navi Mumbai Congress Chief and sitting corporator Namdeo Bhagat was forced to evict the ward and contest municipal elections from another ward. With cameraperson Abhay Prasad, Monika Bhosale for NMTV News.
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