Mangalorean Santosh Shetty Elected Speaker of Panvel Municipal Council

Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (RD/SP)
Mumbai, Jan 7:
Corporator Santosh Shetty was recently elected as the speaker of the Panvel municipal council in Navi Mumbai here recently.

Santosh Shetty, who is a native of Vamanjoor in Mangalore, is a local youth leader elected as a corporator from the New Panvel ward.  He has been involved with various social service activities through Ramshet Takoor Vichar Manch and was chosen as the speaker of Panvel municipal council. 
He is also involved with the construction of Sri Annapoorneshwari temple, New Panvel and is well known for his social service initiatives throughout the greater Mumbai and its suburbs.


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  • Vinod Nair, Kerala

    Mon, Jan 06 2014

    Congratulations. I am resident of NEW PANVEL and I want new electoral roll application form. Please inform where I can get the form and please help me to enroll in the Voters List.

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  • Sarvotham Shetty, Abu Dhabi - UAE

    Thu, Jan 08 2009

    Congratulations Santoshanna..Keep up the good work to the poor and needy. GOD bless you and family.

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  • shridhara achar K, Puttur/Bangalore

    Wed, Jan 07 2009

    Hearty congrats Mr Santosh Shetty. One more feather On Mangaloreans' cap!

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