Sushma Swaraj passed away know about her

Sushma Swaraj passed away at the age of 67. She was the Former Minister of External Affairs of India.

The news of Sushma Swaraj’s demise is a wave of mourning everywhere. Sushma Swaraj shifts to AIIMS Hospital in Delhi on Tuesday night. She died because of a Heart attack.

A few hours before the demise, Sushma Swaraj tweeted several. In her last tweet, Sushma wrote, “Prime Minister, your warm greetings. I was waiting to see this day in my life. She was active on Twitter to help the common people.

When S Jaishankar, who was Sushma Swaraj’s junior, took over as the foreign minister in Modi Sarkar-2, he said that the tradition of Sushma Swaraj should keep up.

Sushma Swaraj helped the stranded people many times while being the foreign minister. It also included giving solutions on Twitter for problems like not coming to India or getting a visa to go from India.

some occasions when Sushma Swaraj helped the common people while being the foreign minister.

India’s shooter Abhinav Bindra went to the city in Cologne, Germany. Bindra was to take part in the pre-Olympics in Rio, Brazil. But then Abhinav Bindra’s coach’s passport was lost. Bindra requested Sushma Swaraj for help on Twitter. Sushma Swaraj agreed to help but placed a condition.

Sushma wrote on Twitter, “Abhinav, we will try our best to help you, but you have to make a promise that you will win the gold medal in the Olympics for India. Abhinav Bindra replied, “With your best wishes, I will try my best and will not leave any shortcoming on my part.

About Geeta, who spent ten years in Pakistan, it was not clear how she had reached Pakistan.

Geeta cannot speak and hear. In Pakistan, Geeta was looking after by the Edhi Foundation based in Karachi.

After the efforts of Sushma SwarajGeeta was able to come to India in 2016.

In a press conference after Geeta’s return to India, Sushma Swaraj called her ‘daughter of Hindustan’ and also announced that no effort will be left to search for her family members.

After this, Sushma sent her to an institute of deaf and dumb children in Indore city of Madhya Pradesh to acquire education and skills.

A resident of Delhi (Faizan Patel), takes his seat on the side of the flight with a picture of his wife.

Faizan tweeted this picture, tagging Sushma Swaraj on Twitter, “See this. In this way, I am traveling with my wife. ” In response, Sushma Swaraj tweeted, “Tell your wife to contact me. I will make sure that she sits on your side seat with you.”

Actually, Faizan and his wife Sana had planned to travel to Europe together. But after the issuance of ticket and visa, it was found that Sana’s passport has been lost.

After Faizan’s plea, Sushma’s office took steps and became Sana’s passport.

After getting help, Faizan had tweeted, “Sushma Ji, you are a great minister. We are happy that you met us as a minister. You are like a ray of hope for everyone.” After the news of the death of Sushma Swaraj, Faizan tweeted.

Sindhi Hindu Naresh Tewani of Jodhpur visited Pakistan in 2001.

When the Naresh went, seeing the culture, culture, and rituals of the Sindhi community there, he vowed to bring the daughter-in-law from Pakistan.

So when his marriage is deciding with Priya Bacharani of Karachi. But there was a problem, not getting a visa.

Naresh pleaded on Twitter, “Mam my marriage is on 7th November. My fiance is from Karachi, Pakistan. Her family is not getting a visa. Now you are my only hope. help please.” Sushma Swaraj replied- Don’t worry. We will get you a visa.

This tweet was on 5 October. On October 7, there was a grand wedding in Jodhpur.

An old tweet by the Foreign Ministry spokesman Raveesh Kumar is becoming fiercely viral on social media. In this tweet, a woman from Uzbekistan is singing the famous song of Indian Hindi cinema ‘Ichak dana bichak dana’ with the late Sushma Swaraj. This video of him is becoming very viral on social media.

An Indian trapped in the Philippines sought help from Sushma Swaraj on Twitter. A Kashmiri man named Sheikh Atiq wrote on Twitter, “Sushma Swaraj Ji, I need your help. My passport is damage. I have to return to my home country.”

Sushma Swaraj retweeted Atiq’s tweet, writing, “If you are from the state of Jammu and Kashmir, we will definitely help you. But in your profile bio, you write that you are from ‘India Occupied Kashmir’. Any such There is no place. ” Actually, ‘India Occupied Kashmir’ was written in Sheikh Atiq’s Twitter bio. After this tweet by SushmaAtiq changed his Twitter bio to Jammu and Kashmir and deleted his old tweet.

Sushma Swaraj also saw this change. In the new tweet of Sushma Swaraj, she writes, “I am very happy that you corrected your Twitter profile.”

At that time, Sushma Swaraj had also ordered the Indian Embassy in the Philippines that most of them are Indians of Jammu and Kashmir. Please help them.

Hamid Ansari returns to India after spending six years in a Pakistani jail.

He had moved to Pakistan in 2012 due to a friendship with Facebook, where he was arrest. Hamid spent the next six years in Pakistan jail.

After years of efforts and Sushma Swaraj being active in this matter, Hamid returned last year. After returning, Hamid became emotional when he met Sushma.

Sushma comforted Hamid by tapping the shoulder. Hamid’s mother Fauzia Ansari said with a twisted hug, “My India is great, my madam is great, all Madam has done it.” After this Sushma Swaraj embraced him.

Among those who expressed grief is Harish Salve, who fought the Kulbhushan Jadhav case in the International Court of Justice.

Harish Salve says that at 8.45 pm on Tuesday night, he had a conversation with Sushma Swaraj on the phone.

Harish Salve said, “I am very surprised. I spoke to Sushma ji on Tuesday night at 8.45 am. His health seemed fine. Now when the news of Sushma Ji’s absence, I am in shock. Their departure is the loss of the whole country. Especially my personal loss.

“When I talked to my Sushma Ji about 8.50, it was a very emotional conversation. He told me that you come and meet me. I will give you one rupee for the fee of Kulbhushan Jadhav case. They said to come tomorrow at six o’clock. ‘Salve expressed grief over Sushma’s death, saying, “She was very happy.” She was an amazing leader. What can I say? I feel that my elder sister is no more.

 

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