Unheard Stories Of Second Woman Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman
On Sunday, Modi Cabinet expanded and Nirmala Sitharaman was given the most important position in it. Sitharaman is made India's new defense minister. Sitharaman is the only second lady of India who has been given the rank of Defence Minister. Earlier, former Prime Minister of India Indira Gandhi has been the country's first woman who was also defense minister. Do you know who is Sitharaman? How was Sitharaman be decided to become next defense minister?
Let us tell you the unheard stories of Nirmala Sitharaman.
Born in Madurai, Tamil Nadu: She was born in Tamil Nadu, India. Narmala's father's name was Narayan Sitharaman. Nirmala had previously obtained BA degree and MA from Jawaharlal Nehru University. Apart from this, Nirmala also has a Ph.D. on the Indo-European Textile Trade topic.
Joined in BJP in 2006: Nirmala Sitharaman joined BJP in 2006. Nirmala has been considered as the BJP's best spokesperson. While living in BJP, she picked up her image and pulled the attention of the people towards her. After all, the honest image gained her advantage and in 2014 she was included in the Modi cabinet.
BJP spokesperson for the first time in 2010:
Nirmala's husband Dr. Parakala Prabhakar has been a BJP spokesperson in the Andhra Pradesh unit. Meanwhile, Nirmala also gradually reached its reach in BJP and went on to climb the steps of popularity. Recognizing Nirmala Talent in 2010, Nitin Gadkari made Nirmala a BJP spokesperson.
Modi held several important posts in the Cabinet:
Apart from the spokesman, Nirmala took several big and important positions from the BJP side. During this, on May 26, 2016, she took charge of the Ministry of Commerce (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry. Apart from this, she has also been Minister of State in Finance and Corporate Affairs.Clearly, in India where women are confined to the house, given the Nirmala Sitharaman the most important position in the country, there is evidence that people's thinking towards women in India is changing. Women are contributing equally to the development of the country as much as one man gives. There are many women ministers in the Modi Cabinet. Ministers like Sushma Swaraj, Uma Bharati, Nirmala Sitharaman, Smriti Irani have enhanced the values of the country and besides this they have conveyed the message to the daughters of the country that in today's era the daughters are not behind anyone.