Vinod Kumar Sharma Mla Bibliography

Venod Sharma (born 10 January 1948) is an Indian politician and the founder of the Haryana Jan Chetna Party (V). He was formerly a member of the Indian National Congress, which he represented as a Member of Parliament in the Rajya Sabha (1992–1998) and as a Member of Legislative Assembly (2005–2014) from Ambala, Haryana.

Sharma was associated with the Indian National Congress (INC) for 40 years.[1] He was elected to the Rajya Sabha as an INC candidate from Punjab on 10 April 1992. He retired from that role at the 1998 elections.[2]

In 1999, he resigned from the Indian National Congress during 1999 Indian general election after his son Manu Sharma was accused in the Jessica Lal murder case and he allegedly tried to bribe a witness.[3] Sharma returned into Congress in 2004 and won the 2005 Haryana Legislative Assembly election from Ambala city. He was re-elected from the same constituency in 2009.[4]

On 19 April 2014, Sharma was expelled from the Indian National Congress, for campaigning against it in the recent elections. On 2 May 2014, he resigned as a Member of the Haryana Legislative Assembly and on 23 June he founded his own political party, Haryana Jan Chetna Party (V).[5][6][7] It was alleged that his decision to quit was motivated by a desire to protect his corporate interests.[8]

Sharma and his wife, Shakti Rani Sharma, contested the 2014 Haryana state election and lost it to BJP candidates.[9][10] There were allegations of Poll Code violations by Sharma during the elections.[11]

Sharma is married to Shakti Rani Sharma. They have two sons, one of whom is Manu Sharma, and one daughter.[12][13]

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Introduction

This book highlights the rightful role of citizens as per the constitution of the country for participation in Governance of a smart city using electronic means such as high speed fiber optic networks, the internet, and mobile computing as well as Internet of Things that have the ability to transform the dominant role of citizens and technology in smart cities. These technologies can transform the way in which business is conducted, the interaction of interface with citizens and academic institutions, and improve interactions between business, industry, and city government.

Keywords

E-Governance E-voting New town planning E-community Mobile computing Urban and Regional Infrastructure E-policy making Internet of Things (IoT) Geographic Information System E-budgeting

Editors and affiliations

  1. 1.New Delhi (SPA-D)School of Planning and ArchitectureKeralaIndia

Bibliographic information

  • DOIhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-4035-1
  • Copyright InformationSpringer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2017
  • Publisher NameSpringer, Singapore
  • eBook PackagesEarth and Environmental Science
  • Print ISBN978-981-10-4034-4
  • Online ISBN978-981-10-4035-1
  • Series Print ISSN2198-2546
  • Series Online ISSN2198-2554
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