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                                                         SO FAR SO GOOD... 

   On 25th February 2015; Ashwamedh Foundation all the four Out-Going Trustees of Ashwamedh Foundation who resigned after one Financial Year in Annual General Meeting of 2014 attended enquiry interview with Charity Commissioner Thane. We didn't added any Trustees or Members in the Financial year 2014-2015 and so the number of Trustees have reduced to 8 from the number 12 of founding members. 

 Ashwamedh Foundation will be going for it's third Audit in the month of April which will certainly bring us in a respectable state from where we can apply for NGO status. Team Ashwamedh Foundation is positive about the growth of Ashwamedh Foundation in the Financial Year 2015-2016. The Out-going trustees who RESIGNED from Ashwamedh Foundation are
1) Anant Chavan    2) Ashish Chavan   3) Abhijeet Sakpal    4) Rakesh Dudwadkar
We will be submitting the remaining documents on 24th March 2015 and then leave it to Charity Trust Commissioner to complete their work. 

Ashwamedh Foundation is thankful to Sumit Mane for completing the procedure. 


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