In New Zealand Parliament, MP Dr. Gaurav Sharma takes oath in Sanskrit.

MP of Indian origin Dr Gaurav Sharma, resident of New Zealand, is sworn in Sanskrit language in the Parliament of New Zealand. 33-year-old Dr. Gaurav Sharma hails from Hamirpur, Himachal Pradesh. In the recent New Zealand parliamentary election, he won from Hamilton West on a Labor Party ticket. High Commissioner of India in New Zealand Muktesh Pardeshi said on Twitter that Dr. Gaurav Sharma took oath in New Zealand's local language Mauri, then he took oath in Sanskrit.

He said that this step of Dr. Gaurav Sharma shows his deep dedication to the cultural heritage of India and New Zealand. Dr. Gaurav Sarma has done MBBS from Auckland. After this, he did his MBA from Washington. He currently practices in Hamilton, New Zealand. Prior to this, he has worked in the fields of Public Health, Policy, Medicine and Consultation. He has given his services to New Zealand, Spain, USA, Nepal, Vietnam, Mongolia Switzerland and India.

Responding to a Twitter user, he said that he chose Sanskrit language because it has an affiliation with every Indian language in some way. Dr. Gaurav Sharma also entered the New Zealand electoral battlefield in 2017, but then he was defeated. This time he has defeated Tim Masindoye of the National Party. Let me tell you that this year Priyanka Radhakrishnan became the first Indian-origin minister of New Zealand. Prime Minister Jasinda Ardern included her in his cabinet.

In Mann Ki Baat PM Modi lauded Dr. Gaurav Sharma, one of the youngest and newly-elected MPs in New Zealand, who took oath in Sanskrit in the Parliament. He hails from Himachal Pradesh’s Hamirpur and was recently elected as the MP from the Labour Party for Hamilton West in NZ.

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