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about sudhir sharma


Sudhir Sharma : a star that has dwelt apart.

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Mr. Sudhir sharma; son of late sh. Sant ram (Minister H.P. Govt. & President HPCC) was born at Paprola, district Kangra on 2nd August, 1972. He possesses a prestigious educational background with his early education from st. Edwards (Shimla) and graduation from DAV college, Chandigarh. Concentrating amid active politics, he deftly pursued Masters in Business Administration from Himachal Pradesh University. Mr. Sudhir Sharma is an agriculturist by profession, no wonder he has grown and built a staunch vision of a cleaner, greener city in particular and nation in general. His better half and his constant stanchion is Mrs. Reena Sharma. He chalked and implemented the copious task of installing the censor based underground wastebins. With his mover and shaker personality, he does all justice to the title of " Minister of Housing, Urban Development and Town Planning" with which he is bestowed.

He is married to Reena Sharma and Aadhiya Pandit is his only daughter. The whole family is well known for its virtuous ethics and rich traditions.

Development: Mr. Sudhir Sharma is competent enough to convert abstract into concrete and barren into fertile. He epitomises development in its true sense. "Actions speak louder than words" invariably applies to his personality. Never has he failed to dexterously handle responsibilities and it is the result of his vision and dedication, that today Dharamshala wears an entirely different panorama. The landscaped vistas and groomed roads and streets speak the story of development.

He has deftly paid attention to all the sectors of constituency. Dharamshala, with the sole efforts of Mr. Sudhir Sharma, is the first city of the world to have censor based underground dustbins, which would divulge the concerned department through an alarm once the bins fill up.

He is inclined to contribute towards public interest by providing Dharamshala and its people with parks and many open spaces in the nearing future, which would prevent the youth from getting sidetracked and crippled by evil influences.

Separate swimming pools for girls and boys is imminent. A tulip park with the help of Asian Development Bank is also on cards. A mammoth amount of Rs. 40 crore would be spent on this park.

He has concocted the blueprint of an eco-park at Indrunag which would be called "the crown of Dharamshala."

Furthermore, the clock tower designed in Buddhist style in tapovan provides a perfect complement to the Tibetan overtones that have been an inseparable part of this upcoming smart city.

Apart from these colossal projects, hundreds of smaller projects are either complete or nearing completion.