Mumbai – The house of the BMC will see the entry of as many as 155 new members who won the recently conducted civic elections. With them, 62 sitting and former corporators will have to run the BMC and how they tackle the administration will be worth interesting to see.
This time, Mumbaikars elected new faces to represent them in the BMC. With the responsibility to prove true to the expectations of electorates, these newly elected corporators will have to work for basic facilities in their wards.
Some of the prominent names among the newly elected 155 corporators include Tejaswi Ghosalkar, Sanjay Ghadi, Shweta Korgaonkar, Sangita Sharma, Manisha Rahate, Nidhi Shinde, Anjali Naik, Nadia Shaikh, Vaishali Shewale, Sanvi Tandel, Sufiyan Venu, Supriya More, Sonam Jamsutkar, Parag Shah, Shrikala Pillai, Amey Ghole, Samadhan Sarvankar, Alpa Jadhav, Neil Somaiya, Akash Purohit, Harshita Narvekar etc.
There will be 62 sitting and former experienced corporators in the BMC. They include Shraddha Jadhav, Ram Barot, Kishori Pednekar, Mayor Snehal Ambekar, Manoj Kotak, Prakash Gangadhare, Ujwala Modak, Jyoti Alwani, Sheetal Mhatre, etc.
Among these new entrants, who creates an impression on the administration and general public will attract the attention of all.
There were more than 60 former corporators who had entered in the fray of BMC election. Their dream of becoming the corporator again was shattered as only 20 of them could secure win this time. Shiv Sena had fielded 26 former corporators followed by Congress (20), BJP (5), MNS (3), NCP (2) and Samajwadi Party (1). From them, Rajul Patel, Shubhad Gudekar, Chitra Sangle, Sanjay Agaldare, Mangesh Satamkar, Sujata Patekar, Suvarna Karanje, Vishwanath Mahadeshwar, Milind Vaidya, Vishakha Raut, Ashish Chemburkar and Yashwant Jadhav (all from Shiv Sena), Vitthal Lokre, Jagdish Amin Kutty, Asha Koparkar, Ravi Raja (all from Congress), Parameshwar Kadam (MNS), Prabhakar Shinde, Daksha Shah (BJP) etc got elected.