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MBBA elects new executive for 2006-10

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Mumbai, May 16 (UNI) Ranjitsingh Mohite Patil of Solapur was elected chief patron, while Namdeorao Mohite of Sangli was elected president of new executive committee of Maharashtra Body Builders Association (MBBA) at its Annual General Meeting held at Aurangabad recently.

Representatives of 21 affiliated district units participated in the meeting at which Maharashtra Olympic Association joint secretary Janardan Shelke was observer.

Sanjay More of Aurangabad was elected honorary general secretary, while Rajesh Sawant of Mumbai Suburban as treasurer.

Executive committee of MBBA for 2006-2010: Chief Patron: Ranjitsinh Mohite Patil (Solapur), President: Namdeorao Mohite (Sangli). Hon. gen. secy: Sanjay More (Aurangabad). Chairman: Sharad Chavan (Pune). Treasurer: Rajesh Sawant (Mumbai Suburban).

Vice-presidents: Bibhishan Patil (Kolhapur), Pradeep Jaiswal (Aurangabad), Ramesh Bagwe (Pune), Satyawan (Bhai) Kadam (Mumbai), Raju Suravase (Solapur), Madhukar Gaikawad (Ahmednagar), Govind Kale (Nashik), Prakash Koyande (Mumbai Sub), Manohar Nhatre (Navi Mumbai), Manoj Biyani (Jalgaon).

Associate Secys: Rajendra Satpurkar (Nashik)&Madan Kadu (Mumbai).

Organising Secys: Ram Chitale (Sangli), Shankar Kambli (Mumbai), Mohan Chavan (Jalgaon), Maruti Adkar (Raigad), Rajendra Hendre (Satara).

Executive Members: Arun More (Satara), Suresh Kapre (Thane), Pramod Kate (Solapur), Rajesh Raut (Thane), Dilip Fodkar (Thane), Narayan Nikam (Nashik), Avatarsingh Ramgaidya (Nanded), Anil Gore (Dhule), Bhagwat Varat (Beed).

UNI XR SA AG1315

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