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GANESH NAIK KICKS OFF NCP AIROLI CANDIDATE CAMPAIGN FROM DIGHA

NCP Belapur constituency candidate Ganesh Naik along with NCP Airoli constituency candidate Sandeep Naik kicked off their election campaigning by visiting the different wards of Digha and Chinchpada. NCP Belapur constituency candidate Ganesh Naik along with NCP Airoli constituency candidate Sandeep Naik kicked off their election campaigning by visiting the different wards of Digha and Chinchpada. The two candidates while came to visit the party workers of the nodes, a huge crowd of supporters and well wishers too came out of their homes to show their support to the candidates who represent the secular alliance. Ganesh Naik along with Sandeep Naik met the residents and understood the grievances of the people. Speaking to the media, NCP Belapur candidate Ganesh Naik said that no matter the creed and the caste of an individual, everyone had a right to live and live with all the basic amenities needed to have a content life. He said that they had always aimed at providing this very need to the people be it of water supply, housing or electricity. Ganesh Naik also kept the issue of education as one of his main agenda. Speaking on his son’s victory in the parliamentary, Ganesh Naik said that he was confident that the support he received would also be given to his son Sandeep Naik. NCP Airoli candidate Sandeep Naik also assured that while under the leadership of his father many development work had been carried put in Digha, many more would definitely follow. He too was confident of the support that they will receive from the masses in the elections. We also spoke with the people who said that their city, their node needs a youth leader like Sandeep Naik. Sandeep Naik might be a first timer for the state assembly elections but because he’s been NMMC Standing Committee Chairman for the last three years, he has a lot of experience, public work and achievements to his credit. With cameraperson Roshan Hate, Jan Cabral for NMTV News.

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