New Delhi: Delhi Study Group (prominent socio- political –cultural NGO) led by President Vijay Jolly & Ex. Delhi BJP MLA felicitated UK Minister for Int’l Development Baroness Sandip Verma at a public program in New Delhi. Also honored were her husband Ashok K. Verma, Chairman NRI Foundation in UK. The co-host along with Mr. Jolly was Lion Ram Gopal Goyal of Lions Club International.
Baroness Sandip Verma was born in Amritsar in Punjab. She moved as a child with her parents to England in 1960. She started her career selling fashion garments in London. In 2006, she was raised to the peerage as Baroness Verma of Leicester in the county of Leicestershire, UK. She is a Conservative Member of the House of Lords. Currently she is Minister International Development in the Cabinet of British Prime Minister Mr. David Cameron.
While addressing the august gathering Baroness Sandip Verma admitted that she was a great admirer & fan of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The people & the Govt. of UK look forward to accord a grand welcome to Modi ji during his proposed visit later this year to Great Britain declared UK Minister Baroness Sandip Verma.
Flower bouquets, shawl & trophy were presented to the honored guests. The program was compered by Dr. Abhilasha Sharma. The bio-data of UK Minister was read by Narendra Chawla. And a short presentation on Delhi Study Group was enumerated by Anita Malik.
Present on the occasion were Mrs. Pinky Anand, Additional Solicitor General of India, Lord Diljit Rana from Ireland, Jagdishwar Goburdhun Mauritius High Commissioner, Dr. Alexander Evans Dy. High Commissioner UK, Roman Masarik Charge’ d’ Affaires Czech Republic, Aivars Groza Latvia Ambassador, Y. Yogaindran Counselor Singapore High Commission, Laimonas Talat-Kelpsa Ambassador of Lithuania, Mrs. Simona Vittorini Italy, Jagmohan NRI Canada & S.P. Bhatia – PS to Finance Minister of India.
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