Sandeep Naik

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Sandeep Ganesh Naik
Sandeep Ganesh Naik.jpeg
Member of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly
for Airoli
Assumed office
22 October 2009
Preceded by Constituency created
Personal details
Born (1978-08-04) 4 August 1978 (age 39)
Political party Nationalist Congress Party (NCP)
Residence Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

MLA Sandeep Naik (born 4 August 1978),[1] Sandeep Naik son of Nationalist Congress party heavyweight and state Excise Minister and Non-conventional Energy Minister Shri Ganesh Naik and younger brother of Thane NCP and NCP Chief Whip MP Sanjeev Naik.

Standing Committee chairman[edit]

Sandeep Naik is the Standing Committee chairman once again. [2] "We won this post unopposed, as no other corporator filed his nominations papers for this post on Thursday, at the NMMC headquarters. So no voting was required," said NMMC secretary Chandrakant Devkar. Naik was declared chairman of the Standing Committee 2009-10 by the divisional commissioner of Konkan Bhavan.

Sant Gadge Baba Urban Cleanliness Drive campaign[edit]

Sant Gadge Baba Urban Cleanliness Drive Campaign,[3] NMMC Sant Gadge Baba Urban Cleanliness Drive was from Khairane, the ward of NMMC Standing Committee Chairman and youth leader Sandeep Naik.

Krida Mahotsav 2009[edit]

Krida Mahotsav 2009[4] On the first day of the event, NMMC Standing Committee Chairman Sandeep Naik was present to encourage and cheer the students. Teams of boys and girls in age group 12 years, 14 years, and 16 years came together to show their talent in sports like kabaddi and kho-kho.

Green Hope[edit]

Green Hope.[5] Standing Committee Chairman Sandeep Naik said,"Last year we planted 1, 00,000 trees and ensured 75% survival rates. This year, we have doubled the target. We will continue to plant trees till every square in of open space is greened."

Vidhan Sabha election 2009[edit]

Vidhan Sabha election 2009.[6] NCP-Congress alliance candidate Sandeep Naik registered victory in the Airoli constituency. He defeated Shiv Sena-BJP candidate, political archrival of the Naiks, by 11,964 votes. Sandeep got 79,075 votes out of the total 1,57,751 votes cast, while 67,118 voters favoured BJP-shivshena Candidate.

Vidhan Sabha election 2014[edit]

Congress, NCP, BJP, Shiv Sena - all four parties contested these elections by their own. Naik and Vijay Chougule ran from their respective parties again. Naik's cousin Vaibhav ran on a BJP ticket. He had joined the Sena in the build-up to the Lok Sabha elections a few months ago, but he switched to the BJP, because he was denied a ticket by the Sena.


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