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Video Interview Anagha Atit Kolhe, Independent Candidate for BMC election 2012

Anagha Atit Kolhe is a resident of Powai and is staying in Jal Vayu Vihar. She is an independent canditate for BMC election 2012 for S ward 115. Here is short video of her , where she talks about her vision for Powai ward 115. read more about Anagha Atit Kolhe here http://Powai.info/2012/01/10/anagha-atit-kolhe-bmc-candidate-for-2012-elections-from-ward-no-115-powai/

If you are one of the candidates and want to reach out to the Powai community with a video interview do email me on manoj@powai.info or call on 25706939.  

This interview was done by me for http://mumbaivotes.com/. Many thanks to www.mumbaivotes.com for allowing me to host this video clip on this site.

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4 Responses to Video Interview Anagha Atit Kolhe, Independent Candidate for BMC election 2012

  1. Shamla mokashi January 21, 2012 at 10:33 pm #

    I know you can and will make a big difference if elected….so keep it up . I pray for your success. This country needs young, honest people like you.

  2. Gauri Pokhariyal January 22, 2012 at 9:40 am #

    Good luck Anagha! Am sure if elected, you will be a strong and worthy person in office. Our good wishes are with you.

  3. Parneetruhani January 22, 2012 at 5:06 pm #

    All the best Anagha…………….our good wishes r with u…..u will make us proud and do a wonderful job…

  4. Guest January 30, 2012 at 3:45 pm #

    Mam, I am a resident of Ghatkopar, and a future tenant of Powai hence this is addressed to you. Recently on a tour of the place to look for a rented flat, I came across a board outside Jal Vayu Vihar Society that any inquiries for Rent/Lease are welcome and that one should get in touch with the secretary/office of the society. I approached the gatekeeper and he very bluntly told us that the board was an old one and to not pay heed to it. He refused to let us make direct inquiries. My request is, if the board is redundant, please take it off the gate so that desperate and eager buyers like us are not humiliated. 

    I wish you the very best in the upcoming elections and I hope you will take up this issue close to home, so to speak.

    Another honest citizen. 


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