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23 volunteers arrested on saturday night following a fight over a hoarding in the area Raina Assainar. Vashi Over 23 volunteers of Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and Shiv Sena were arrested following a scuffle over a hoarding at Turbhe Naka on Saturday night. Amrut Medkar, an NCP leader who has an office at Hanuman Nagar learned that some party workers of Shiv Sena were taking photographs of their hoardings. Medkar along with his men went to question Shiv Sena leader Ganesh Koli about the same. The argument led to a fight between both the parties. Later both the parties lodged complaints with Turbhe Police Station blaming each other for initiating the fight and injuring respective party workers. Medkar lodged complaint against Koli and his 40 party workers while Koli lodged complaint against Medkar and his 23 men. Acting on the complaint lodged, Turbhe police arrested eight workers of Shiv Sena and 15 workers of NCP. In the complaint lodged by the Sena, they blamed that the NCP men injured Koli grievously. At the same, NCP claimed that Sainiks wounded NCP workers Shanu Damble and Vijay Dalvi. The arrested were presented before the court on Sunday and are now out on bail, confirmed a police official from Turbhe Police Station. Meanwhile, with the Lok Sabha election nearing, the Navi Mumbai Police have increased the bandobast in city. The city has got two platoons of SRP (State Reserve Police) and one platoon of CRP (Central Reserve Police) along with 600 home guards which include 500 men and 100 women. According the circular passed by the Navi Mumbai Police Commissioner Ramrao Wagh, no strikes and andolans can be carried out by anyone in city premises till the elections are over.

RPI (Ektavadi) extends Support to Sanjeev Naik.


RPI’s Ektavadi party has announced its support to Thane Loksabha constituency candidate Dr Sanjeev Naik. Despite 22 candidates from the RPI contesting for the Loksabha polls from several regions, the party has extended its support to UPA candidate Dr Sanjeev Naik in Thane. RPI Ektavadi Director Gangaram Indise informed that in order to restrict the growth of religiously inspired powers and form an association, the party is supporting the UPA candidate Dr. Sanjeev Naik. The party is hoping that their candidate will resolve issues concerning the minority and backward classes like the implementation of atrocity law, shelter to slum dwellers residing on forest land and others. <a href=""></a><a href=””></a>



For a leader who proved his magic in the 2004 assembly elections’ record victory, today NCP Navi Mumbai Supremo Ganesh Naik is perhaps fighting one of the biggest battles of his political career. Our weekend exclusive today tries to find the answer to the question “Will the Ganesh Naik magic work for his son Dr. Sanjeev Naik’s victory in the Thane Lok Sabha Elections 2009?”

We are with Sanjeev Naik: Keralites.


Hundreds of Members of the Malayalee community in the satellite city, led by some of their prominent opinion leaders, marched in a rally from Mahape . The all-Malayalee rally voiced its support for the NCP candidate Sanjeev Naik and urged the members of the community residing in the nodes of Ghansoli, koparkhiarane and Vashi to follow suit and ensure that they turn out to vote for Naik. “We, as a community, are voicing our support for an educated, sincere candidate to represent the educated people of Navi Mumbai in the Parliament,” said Damodaran. <a href=""></a><a href=””></a>

Sanjeev Naik’s 5-Point plan for the Future City.


Congress-NCP candidate from Thane constituency Dr Sanjeev Naik recently launched his official website in a bid to have more interpersonal interaction with the citizen. The five pointers announced on the occasion attempt to cover all major grievances faced by the public. This includes solving water crisis, providing healthy living, addressing traffic concerns, controlling pollution and rehabilitation of slums. Accordingly, the candidate intends to bring excess water from Morbe Dam to Thane in future to bridge the water requirement.He assures to start with water transport, monorail in the constituency. Installation of sewerage treatment plants in the constituency and planting more trees to protect the environment have also been mentioned in the pointers.

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