This entire week has been a jubilant one for India at the international level. Starting from the long-pending Miss World crown to Dalveer Bhandari’s re-election to the ICJ, India has been on a euphoric high, triggered by superior achievements.
We bring you 3 facts you probably didn’t know about India’s re-election to the ICJ:
Dalveer Bhandari was re-elected to the coveted ICJ seat as a result of 183 out of the 193 votes in the General Assembly and overall 15 votes in the Security Council.
Sushma Swaraj is one minister who has brought much prestige and respect to the External Affairs Ministry. She has already done much more than what was expected from her Post by helping many Indians across the globe. She also had a major role to play in India’s re-election as she had earlier had a word with her counterparts from almost 60 countries to support Dalveer Bhandari’s re-election.
Our Honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s contribution in pushing Bhandari’s case cannot be neglected. Narendra Modi had personally raised the issue regarding the re-election with World Leaders. Now, cynics can’t certainly comment that all foreign trips undertaken by Modi ji haven’t yielded any results.
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