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Dr Mahesh Sharma

ConstituencyGautam Buddha Nagar
StateUttar Pradesh
DOBSep 30, 1959
Place of BirthManethi, Alwar district (Rajasthan)
Political PartyBhartiya Janta Party (BJP)
Father's NameLate Shri Kailash Chand Sharma
Mother's NameSmt. Lalita Devi Sharma
ReligionHinduism
Marital statusMarried
SpouseDr Uma Sharma
Children1 daughter Dr. Pallavi Sharma and 1 son Dr Kartik Sharma
EducationM.B.B.S.
Alma materUniversity College of Medical Sciences, Delhi University
ProfessionPhysician
Positions Held
  • Minister of State (Independent Charge) Culture (Assumed office 12 November 2015)
  • Minister of State for Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (Assumed office 3 September 2017)
  • Member of the Indian Parliament for Gautam Buddha Nagar (Assumed office 16 May 2014)
  • Member of the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly for Noida ( 6 March 2012 - 16 May 2014)



Last Updated on June 18, 2020

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