Anil Sharma, whose son had married actor Salman Khan’s sister, had left the Congress and joined the BJP ahead of the election
GN Bureau | December 18, 2017
Former minister Anil Sharma, whose son Ayush Sharma is married to Arpita, sister of film star Salman Khan, has won from Himachal Pradesh’s Mandi assembly constituency.
Anil Sharma, son of former union telecom minister Sukh Ram, had left the Congress and joined the BJP ahead of the assembly elections.
He won from the Mandi seat, getting 25,202 votes. He defeated Champa Thakur of the Congress who got 16,701 votes, according to the ECI website.
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