Sudhir Sharma

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Sudhir Sharma
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Former Urban Development Minister of Himachal Pradesh[1]
Assumed office
25 December 2012
Member of Legislative Assembly
In office
In office
Personal details
Born (1972-08-02) 2 August 1972 (age 46)[1]
Paprola, Kangra
Political partyIndian National Congress

Sudhir Sharma (Born on 2 August 1972 at Paprola, District. Kangra HP) is a former Minister of Housing, Urban Development[4] and Town & Country Planning in the Government of Himachal Pradesh. Sudhir Sharma was first elected to Himachal Pradesh State Assembly in 2003 from Baijnath Constituency. He won again from Baijnath in 2007.[3] In 2012 he won from Dharmshala third time.[2]

Personal life[edit]

Sudhir Sharma was born on 2 August 1972 at Chaubin, Tehsil Baijnath, District. Kangra HP.[1] His Father Pt. Sant Ram was Cabinet Minister in Himachal Pradesh Government and was President of the Himachal Pradesh Congress Committee. He is married to Reena Sharma and has one daughter Aadhya Pandit

Political Journey[edit]

Remained Secretary, NSUI, District. Kangra, 1991.[1]

General Secretary: Youth Congress, District. Kangra, 1994.

General Secretary State Youth Congress, 1996-2003.

Elected President, Kangra Yuva Kala Manch, 1997.

Member, State Congress Committee(PCC), 2002 onwards.

Observer For J&K in 2001 for Indian Youth Congress membership drive.

Observer AICC for Disha 2004 program for Gujarat and Pune.

Observer AICC for state Assembly Elections in Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, J&K, Rajasthan.

Elected to Pradesh Vidhan Sabha in 2003.

Remained Parliamentary Secretary, MPP&Power (H.P.Govt.), 18-04-2005 to 18-8-2005.

Elected again to State Assembly in December 2007.[3]

General Secretary Spokesman PCC 2008.

Elected to State Assembly in December 2012.[2]

Secretary All India Congress Committee 2018


  1. ^ a b c d "Detailed Profile: Sudhir Sharma". Himachal Pradesh Vidhansabha. Retrieved 10 October 2013.
  2. ^ a b c "Statistical Report on General Election-2012 to Legislative Assembly of Himachal Pradesh" (PDF). The Chief Electoral Officer of Himachal Pradesh. Retrieved 10 October 2013.
  3. ^ a b c "Results of HP State Assembly Elections 2007". Shimla Times. Retrieved 10 October 2013.
  4. ^ "Himachal Pradesh minister donates salary". Minister. Zee News. 22 June 2013. Retrieved 27 June 2013.