World leaders condole Sushma Swaraj’s demise, recall her contributions

Hariom Kumar

Hariom Kumar

NEW DELHI. Sushma Swaraj, who was external affairs minister from May 2014 to May 2019, passed away in New Delhi on Tuesday night after suffering a cardiac arrest. She was 67.

Leaders from the Hongkong & China condoled on Thursday the demise of former external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj and recalled her important role in cementing India’s relations with the world.

Sohan Goenka, BJP overseas President, (Hongkong & China) Raju Sabnani, BJP overseas Vice President, (Hongkong & China), Priyanaka Chauhan, Consulate General of Hongkong, Ashu Bhargav, Kuldeep Singh Buttar and Ramakant Aggarwal and hundreds of NRIs conveyed their condolences over the demise of former Union Minister Smt. Sushma Swaraj and praised the services she rendered for the nation in different capacities.

As an able administrator and an epitome of bravery & kindness, she inspired women of this country. My Condolences to her family, said Priyanka Chauhan, Consulate General, Hongkong.

Sohan Goenka, BJP Overseas President of Hongkong & China said that her contribution to the nation in various leadership roles will never be forgotten. Her incredible work as a Minister of External Affair will always be looked upon as an exemplary model of governance.

Raju Sabnani, BJP Overseas Vice President, Hongkong & China said that the country has lost a great leader. Sushma ji was a very warm and remarkable person. Her premature demise has put her followers from India and across the countries in shock. We express our sincere condolences to the family and country people. May her soul rest in peace.