Inauguration of 12th Party Office in Pune of Aam Aadmi Party at Wanwadi.

Press media live : 

Pune : On Thursday (8th June 2022) evening, *Aam Aadmi Party’s (AAP) Maharashtra State Organizer and Pune Working President Mr Vijay Kumbhar* inaugurated the 12th AAP party office in Pune at Mane Nagar, Wanwadi. In addition to many local citizens and media reporters this office inauguration program was attended by AAP office bearers, members and several social activists from different parts of Pune city.

The office opening event was planned by AAP’s probable candidate from Ward 43 (Wanwadi-Kausarbaug) Advocate Manoj Mane and party’s member Dinesh Jadhav and it was hosted by ward coordinator Vidyanand Nayak.

In his address to all people present, Kumbhar said that, “AAP is contesting the upcoming Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) election from all 173 seats within the 58 wards of Pune city. Today’s office inauguration, it being the 12th one in the city, is an important step in that direction. Moreover, *the fact that people are not only giving their vital support but also donating their individual resources like office premises, computers, etc. to AAP Pune team goes to prove the acceptability of party and its probable candidates.* AAP is the only party that can deliver maximum facilities and benefits to Pune citizens by effectively managing taxpayer’s money”.

The event also witnessed the entry of Manoj’s mother, Rukmini Satish Mane, into the folds of party as a member. She has been instrumental in educating her son, Manoj, right through his school days till him being a learned lawyer.

The list of program attendees includes Sudarshan Jagdale, Abhijeet Pardeshi, Ghansham Marne, Asgar Baig, Umesh Bagde, Anand Ankush, Madhuri Gaikwad, Kiran Kamble, Abhijeet Gaikwad, Fabian Anna Samson, Datta Jadhav, Anil Kondhalkar, Piyush Hingne, Rahul Agarwal, Maithili Manakwad, Raviraj Dongre Renuka Suryavanshi, Kedar Dhamale, Rohit Andhle, Archbishop Sinha, Rambhau Ingle, Anjali Ingle, Rajendra Nene, Ajay Paitankar and other AAP members and local citizens from Wanwadi area.


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