Dr. Nilesh Narayan Rane

Dr. Nilesh Narayan Rane

Introduction :

Dr. Nilesh Narayan Rane is 33 years old Loksabha MP, elected from of state as a member of Party.

Dr. Nilesh Narayan Rane was born to Shri Narayan Rane & Smt. Neelam N. Rane and is married to Smt. Priyanka N. Rane

Background information of Dr. Nilesh Narayan Rane:

Former chief minister Narayan Rane’s son.

Party Name
Assets ( In Rupees)More than 3 Crore(s)
Criminal Cases1
Permanent Address101, Sealine Building, Union Park, Road No. 3,,Bandra (W), Mumbai - 400 050,Maharashtra
Delhi Address97, North Avenue,New Delhi - 110 001
Email address
IPC Sections
2009Elected to 15th Lok Sabha
31 Aug. 2009Member, Committee on Home Affairs
23 Sept. 2009Member, Rules Committee
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  • pranil

    born to lead

  • Saeem Gaffar Rakhange

    Namaskar Saheb

  • santosh sanjkar

    Namskar Saheb,

    I am Adv. Santosh Sanjkar, from Chembur, Mumbai,

    This is to invite your Urgent attention that,
    due to negligence part performed by the authority of Mumbai Municipal
    Corporation and State Govt. Of Maharashtra, for erecting National Emblem (Ashok
    Stambha) at Chembur, which is the National symbol of our India, is in incomplete
    position from last seven to eight years.

    we have been pursuing this issue from last three years, by way of arranging signing camps, agitations and Fast unto death, but the concerned authorities as well as representatives of this constituency are not paying any heed and avoiding it, by saying that, such issue related to Home Minister of Central Govt. and not with them, ultimately the damage caused to our National Emblem which is the symbol of our Nation.

    You are hereby requested, to look into this matter very seriously as well as take the action immediately to complete the above incomplete Ashok Stambha (National Emblem) because
    Ashok Stambha laying in incomplete position is not only humiliation of National Symbol, but also constitute as an offence under section 3 of The Symbol and Names (Prevention of Improper Use) Act 1950, which clearly states that, if the National Emblem is used or handled improperly, it will amount to an offence, which also violates the Constitutional Provisions as such.

    Again i am sending you a letter for your reference on 30 jan. 2013.
    Awaiting your reply.