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Vilasrao gifts plot to own trust

DNMUM120939 | 1/8/2009 | Author : Falguni Banerjee | WC :365 | Politics & Governance

Former CM's son, daughter-in-law to run Vashi school

Before relinquishing his post as Maharashtra Chief Minister, Vilasrao Deshmukh did all he could for his family members. He gifted a school to his son, not to study but to run it. The Marathwada strongman will inaugurate Goldcrest High, an ICSE school in sector 29, Vashi later this year. The school will be run under the aegis of the Manjara Charitable Trust.
While Deshmukh is the founder of the school, his son Amit serves as the executive trustee, brother Dilip serves as President and daughter-in-law Aditi is the managing trustee.
Even before the school building is ready, Goldcrest High has already announced admissions for pre-primary and primary school (up to class IV). Work on laying the foundation of the building is on in full
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