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Allow Eligible Christians to Compete from Congress Party in the BMC Ellection – Janet D’Souza

Published On : 19 Jan 2017   |  Reported By : Rons Bantwal


Mumbai, Jan 19: Janet L D’souza the ex president of Mumbai Women’s Unit and ex-executive vice president of Maharashtra State Minority Commission urged the Congress (I) Leaders to allow eligible Christian candidates to from the respective wards to compete in the forthcoming BMC election.

The commission led by Janet L D’souza ex president of Mumbai Women’s Unit and ex-executive vice president of Maharashtra State Minority Commission along with many other chiefs of various Christian communities visited Ashok Chawhan the president of Maharashtra regional Congress Committee at Nariman Point.

Congress leaders Sachin Sawant, Bhai Jagtap, D.D. Tribhuvan, William D’souza the president of Bombay East Indian Association, Rita D’sa the president of Catholic Sabah Mumbai and Michael Furtado were present at the dais.

Ex president Lawrence D’souza Mulund, Rev Fr Fascal Senav the parish priest of Holy Cross Church Kurla (W), Dolphy D’souza, Precilla W Buthello, Gabby D’mello Kurla, Winny D’souza, Don Agero, Justice Raphael D’souza and many other dignitaries were present.

A petition was submitted to provide an opportunity for the eligible Christian candidates to compete from Congress (I) Party in the forthcoming BMC election.







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