Former Union minister and Congress Member of Parliament (MP) Jyotiraditya Scindia recently called on the Union ministers to bring their notice on the issues pertaining to the growth and development of his parliamentary constituency.
He met the ministers in connection with the setting up of a medical college in Shivpuri and a railway gauge conversion project.
Scindia recently met Union health minister JP Nadda in Delhi and later also shot off a letter urging him to expedite procedural formalities to set up the medical college at Shivpuri.
The sanction to set up the medical college in Shivpuri at an estimated cost of Rs 190 crore was accorded during UPA II regime.
Scindia’s meeting with Nadda and letter thereafter was prompted amid speculation about shifting of medical college to some other location.
Scindia also met Union railway minister Suresh Prabhu and urged him to take up line gauge conversion between Gwalior and Shepour.