Foreign Minister of India Sushma Swaraj demanded to declare ‘Gita’ as their national book



Foreign Minister of India Sushma Swaraj urged to declare ‘Gita’ as India’s national book. Sushma Swaraj said this in a ceremony of celebrating the 5151 year anniversary of Vagbat Gita. Leader of World Hindu Council Ashok Senegal also demanded to make Gita as their national book.

Sushma said; he didn’t come here as a Minister, he just came in the ceremony as a follower of Gita.

Sushma also added that, practically Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared Gita as the national book when he gifted this to the US president Barak Obama during the US visit.

Sushma said; there are solutions to every problem in Gita, so Gita should be declared as the national book. She gave all the credits to Gita for those challenges he faced as a Foreign Minister.

Along with the Foreign Minister of the center Chief Minister of Haryana Manoharlal Khattar, Baba Ramdev, Ramesh Bhai Ojha and many other distinguished persons were present in the ceremony.

Chief Minister of Haryana Manoharlal Khattar said we would urge to publish stamp in the next anniversary of Gita.