New passport office turns Mundhwa Road into a commercial hub
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Advocate Ajay Kale, who already has an office on Senapati Bapat Road, opened a second one in this area around two months ago. While he sits at the Senapati Bapat Road office from 9 am to 1 pm, he attends to his Mundhwa Road clients looking for passport-related legal documents from 2 pm to 6 pm. However, Kale complains that compared to the old passport office, the workload at the new venue has come down to one-third. "Even walk-in clients used to be around 40 to 50, but now they have reduced to 10 per cent," says Kale, who has been into this profession for the last ten years.