Best Political and Impressive 45+ Sushma Swaraj Quotes |

Sushma Swaraj was an Indian politician and Lawyer. She had worked for Bharatiya Janata Party. She was of real feminine power. Sushma swaraj Quotes and speeches are very Impressive and Inspirational. Here In this article, We have given some of her best quotes….

I have toured my constituency maximum number of times as a member of the Lok Sabha among the MPs from Madhya Pradesh.

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We have to pick up people’s issues within and outside Parliament and give a voice to their pain and problems and come across as a party which understands this.

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I view everything in the context of Lord Krishna’s will, and for me, it is fine if things go in my favour or against.

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Being a longstanding partner of the Arab world, we in India are also deeply concerned with the rise of fanaticism, extremism, and terrorism in parts of the region.

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Knowledge in Sanskrit will go a long way in finding solutions to the contemporary problems like global warming, unsustainable consumption, civilisational clash, poverty, terrorism, etc.

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I am a personal advocate of strong ties between India and Israel, so I am very happy to see that our relations are progressing so well in all fields of our engagement.

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We must be prepared to extract costs for those who sponsor and support terrorists, who provide them sanctuary, and who, despite their own claimed victimhood, continue to make the false distinction between good and bad terrorists.

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These nations, in which U.N. designated terrorists roam freely, lead processions, and deliver their poisonous sermons of hate with impunity, are as culpable as the very terrorists they harbour. Such countries should have no place in the comity of nations.

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Just as ‘Islam’ literally means ‘peace,’ none of the 99 names of Allah mean violence. Similarly, every religion in the world stands for peace, compassion, and brotherhood.

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The asanas that happen in yoga… namaz also has those kriyas.

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You know that we are against major foreign equity participation in the field of culture and information. This is not only our view in the BJP.

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The home ministry’s role should be focused. There are so many items under it today; it has to look after even official languages. There should be a minister looking after internal security, and the remaining things should go under another ministry. Things like official languages can be looked after by the human resources development ministry.

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Sushma Swaraj has no personal ambition. I take things in my stride.

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We see West Asia as part of our extended neighbourhood.

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Our efforts are to be directed towards narrowing the gap between the study of shastras and science.

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India and Pakistan became free within hours of each other. Why is it that today India is a recognised IT superpower in the world, and Pakistan is recognised only as the pre-eminent export factory for terror?

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We do not want talk on terror; we want action on it. Terror and talks cannot go together.

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The brutality against the Baloch people represents the worst form of State oppression.

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The OIC has a huge responsibility and a great opportunity to lift humanity to a higher level of peace and prosperity and to make this planet a better place, not just for your people but for rest of the world.

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Those suffering from spondylitis and arthiritis are not advised to perform certain asanas.

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The cable law. Prasar Bharati. The Broadcasting Bill. These are all overlapping things.

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I think the firmness in one’s stance can be conveyed in a different manner without being indecent or using harsh words.

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If things happen for the good, I say that Lord Krishna wished it so, and if anything goes against me, even then I say Lord Krishna wanted it to happen that way.

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India continues to be guided by the principles of being non-interfering, non-prescriptive, and non-judgemental. In other words, India remains ready to provide any support but strongly believes that it is for the Arab countries to decide their destiny without any external interference or diktats from outside.

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Sanskrit language and the subjects in Sanskrit are both vital alike.

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We established scientific and technical institutions which are the pride of the world. But what has Pakistan offered to the world and, indeed, to its own people apart from terrorism?

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Why did the Pakistani military attack us on behalf of JeM? You not only keep JeM on your soil but fund them, and when the victim country retaliates, you attack it on the terror outfit’s behalf.

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History proves that those who seed extremist ideologies reap a bitter harvest.

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When we carried out air strike across the border after the Pulwama terror attack, we had told the international community that we took that step in self-defence only. We had told the international community that the armed forces were instructed not to harm any Pakistani citizen or its soldier during the strike.

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Surya namaskar, in itself, is a combination of 12 asanas.

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We must preserve our cultural identity.

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To be a leader, you have to travel through the entire length and breadth of the country.

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Wherever Modi has addressed the local Indian communities during his visits to foreign countries, the Indians there are extremely happy. After the prime minister’s visits, the Indians in those countries are feeling a great sense of pride, and the respect for them has increased.

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We attach high priority to India’s relations with Israel.

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The NSG entry is crucial for India’s energy policy.

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People often ask us what we get by our frequent travel to countries. I want to tell them we do not travel to have fun; we travel to build our relationship with other countries, and it is because of our ties with these countries that we were able to rescue 7,000 people from Yemen.

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Terrorism and extremism bear different names and labels. It uses diverse causes. But in each case, it is driven by distortion of religion and a misguided belief in its power to succeed.

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I was a minister in the Vajpayee government. Atalji wanted to do so many things. But, since he was heading a coalition government, he could not do all those things.

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People do not like negative campaigns.

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My aim is to project that the BJP is not only an alternative but a better alternative to the Congress.

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A leader is not born out of the blue. You have to know the pulse of the people from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and from Gujarat to Guwahati. You have to relate yourself with them, and only then does one become a leader.

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Our government has made infrastructure upgrade and the creation of smart cities major national priorities.

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The Ganga remains sacred from Gomukh, its source, to Ganga sagar, where it enters the ocean. It sanctifies the tributaries, which attain the very nature of Ganga. Similar is Sanskrit; sacred by itself, it sanctifies all that come into its contact.

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I served as the chairman of the India-Israel Parliamentary Friendship Group for three years, during which I also had the pleasure of visiting Israel.

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India has been a longstanding and reliable development partner of Bangladesh.

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In our midst, there are nations that still speak the language of terrorism, that nurture it, peddle it, and export it. To shelter terrorists has become their calling card. We must identify these nations and hold them to account.

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The fight against terrorism is not a confrontation against any religion.

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I can go to foreign countries, but following the advice of the doctors to stay away from dust, I am unable to visit Vidisha, as mostly it comprises of rural areas only.

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The question the electorate asks is: ‘What can you do for us? Are you just using us to defeat somebody because you have a personal grievance?’

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