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Delegation of Jammu headed by MP Jugal Kishore Sharma called on Railway & HRD Ministers

Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha Jugal Kishore Sharma headed the delegation of different walks of life prominent among them are Adv. B.S. Jamwal, Arun Sharma (Educationist), Parkash Singh Jamwal (Member J&K Advisory Kissan Board), Sanjeev Manmotra (Member of Advisory Board of Northern Railway) and Rajinder Sharma met with Minister of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India Parkash Javadekar for making sufficient arrangements for the promotion of technical higher education, commonwealth scholarship in United Kingdon sponsored by the Govt. of India. The Minister gave a patience hearing and assured the consideration of all such cases of the students of J&K State pending with the Ministry of particularly case of Akhil Sharma who has been selected to undergo higher education B.A. (Hons) Music Production & Sound Engineering Degree from POINT BLANK, Electronic Music School, London, for the new session to be started on 3rd of April 2017 and he needs all financial assistance for the said higher education at abroad.
Jugal Kishore Sharma forcefully advocated the cause of the students of J&K state and impressed upon the HRD Minister, for the generous approach for the promotion of Higher Technical Education, at abroad and provides all financial assistance keeping in view the financial condition not upto the mark of the students of J&K State. Furthermore, Sharma alongwith delegation has also apprised Minister of Railways Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu and appreciated the due care with great diligence to select Jammu Railway Station for re-development among top 20 Railway Station of the country which will transformed under the first phase of the world’s largest station redevelopment programme launched by Railway Minister through video conferencing and the MP Sharma impressed upon the Minister of Railway for the removal of bottle necks on Jammu-Pathankot Railway and provide world class basic civic immunities to the passengers and particularly the devotee passengers of Mata Vaishno Devi and the Ministry assured that the matter has already been under active consideration of the government and would be soughted out at the earliest.