Parikh elected President of CREDAI Maharashtra

ST CORRESPONDENT
Tuesday, 2 April 2019

Rajiv Parikh has been elected as the new President of the State chapter of Confederation of Real Estate Developers Association of India (CREDAI) for the term of 2019-21. 

Pune: Rajiv Parikh has been elected as the new President of the State chapter of Confederation of Real Estate Developers Association of India (CREDAI) for the term of 2019-21. 

Speaking on the occassios Parikh said,“The committee will focus on good governance, better coordination, zero-delay policy, use of modern construction technology to reduce the cost of construction and increasing the profitability. Apart from this, I will work to provide proper guidance on plotting, skill development and tax reforms and similar points to my fellow realtors.” The elections for the vice presidential post for the term of 2019-21 were also held. 

Accordingly, a State committee was announced. Sunil Furde (Solapur), Mahesh Sadhvani (Nagpur), Rasik Chowhan (Navi Mumbai), Shrikant Paranjape (Pune), Prafulla Taware (Baramati) and Ravi Wattamwar (Aurangabad) were elected as vice presidents. 

Sunil Kotwal (Nasik) was elected as the Secretary, while Girish Raibage (Kolhapur) was elected as the Treasurer. Anish Shah (Jalgaon), Mahesh Yadav (Kolhapur), Deepak Modi (Malegaon) and Vikas Lagu (Sangli) were elected as the Joint Secretary while Shailesh Wankhede (Amravati) was elected as President of State Advisory Committee.

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