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Gurudas Kamat, MP and Mumbai Congress president is seen distributing school books and stationery at S J School, Jerimari, Kurla, at a function organized by Kurla Taluka Congress committee, on Sunday August 5 . In pic: District president Velu Swamy Naidu and organizer Anna Malai

Sachinbhau Ahir, president, NCP and Nawab Malik, newly appointed working president, NCP, seen wishing NCP national president and union minister Sharad Pawar, at a meeting of the executive committees, MLAs and district president of Nationalist Congress party, held in Mumbai Education Trust, Bandra on Saturday August 5. In pic: Chagan Bhujbal, minister, PWD and general secretary Gurunath Kulkarni

Narayan Rane, minister for Revenue, distributing three-wheeler bicycle to the physically challenged, at Kanu Bangongi High School, Panvel, organised by Raigadh District Congress committee on Saturday August 5.
In pic: Ravisheth Patil, minister, Ramsheth Thakur, former MP, Madhukar Thakur, MLA and Sham Sawant, former MLA

Rajnath Singh, All India BJP president, is seen addressing a two-day meeting of the BJP, organized by state working committee, at Harshal Bhavan hall, Khothrud, Pune on Sunday August 6. In pic: Gopinath Munde, senior BJP leader, Vedprakash Goyal, former MP, Nitin Gadkari, president, BJP, Maharashtra, Shatrughan Sinha, MP, Bal Apate and Kirit Somaya


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