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Fifteenth Lok Sabha Member

Madan Lal Sharma

Madan Lal Sharma

Party Name Indian National Congress (INC)
Constituency Jammu
State Jammu and Kashmir
Father's Name Shri Gushu Ram Sharma
Mother's Name Smt. Ram Rakhi Sharma
Date of Birth 22.04.1952
Place of Birth Platan, Distt. - Jammu, Jammu & Kashmir
Profession Defence Services
Marital Status Married
Date of Marriage
Spouse's Name Smt. Chano Devi
No. of Children 3
Educational Qualifications

Educated at Govt. Higher Secondary School, Pallanwalla, Jammu

Permanent Address

Vill. Platan, P.O.
Tehsil - Akhnoor
Distt. - Jammu
Jammu & Kashmir
phone: 0191-2595085

Present Address

22, Dr. Rajendra Prasad Marg
New Delhi - 110 001
Phone: 011-23782085
Mobile: 9869180515

Position Held

Member of Jammu & Kashmir Legislative Assembly (Firt Term)

1983-1986, 1987-1990 and 2002-2004
Member, Jammu & Kashmir Legislative Assembly (three terms)

Minister of State, Education, Government of Jammu & Kashmir

Member of Jammu & Kashmir Legislative Assembly (Second Term)

- Minister for Works (R&B), Government of Jammu and Kashmir
- Member, Committee to Review the Rate of Dividend Payable by the Railway Undertaking to General Revenues

- Elected to 14th Lok Sabha
- Member, Committee on Transport, Tourism and Culture
- Member, Public Accounts Committee

Member of Jammu & Kashmir Legislative Assembly (Third Term)

Social And Cultural Activities

Associated with a number of old age and orphan care centres; pays personal attention to solemmise marriages of needy and helpless; while arranging group marriages; gave special attention to arranging Pariwar Sammelan in rural and urban areas of the State; Preservation of cultural heritage is his particular interest inside and outside the State

Special Interests

Upliftment of poor and downtrodden strata of socieity; interested in maintaining social and family life

Sports and Clubs

Hockey; Joint Secretary, All India Olympic Association, 1990; member of various sports clubs in the state

Other Information

Sepoy, Indian Army, 1971-75 fought war against Bangladesh in the year 1971, restoring pride and honour of India and celebration of India's victory was the happiest day of his life.