Even though Union External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj is hospitalized, awaiting a kidney transplant, she continues helping people from her hospital bed, especially on Twitter, proving why she’s everyone’s favourite politician. Take a look at some instances where Sushma Swaraj has made headlines for all the right reasons.
When the Egyptian embassy turned down the request for a visa for the world’s heaviest woman to travel to Mumbai for surgery, Sushma Swaraj intervened to get the visa approved.
— Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj) December 6, 2016
When an American tourist was gang raped in Delhi,Sushma Swaraj asked the Delhi Police to act swiftly to register a case. She also spoke to Delhi Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung and Indian Ambassador in US Navtej Sarna about the matter
I have also asked Indian Ambassador in US to contact the victim and assure her that we will not spare the guilty./3
— Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj) December 3, 2016
After an Indian expatriate walked over 1000 kms in 20 trips to attend court proceedings in Dubai, all to get a flight ticket back to India, Sushma Swaraj took on his case and ensured he reached home safely.
— Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj) November 30, 2016
When a man from the United Kingdom’s visa was undergoing renewal, his father fell sick and was in the ICU. All it took was one tweet to Sushma Swaraj for her to ask the Indian High Commission in London to help.
When Indonesian citizens wanted to come to Chennai for a liver transport, Sushma Swaraj made sure their visas were processed in time to save a life.
— Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj) October 26, 2016
After a social worker was kidnapped in Kabul, Afghanistan, her family tweeted to Sushma Swaraj who promptly got in touch with authorities in Afghanistan to ensure her safe return.
Judith D’Souza is with us – safe and in good spirits. She will reach her Motherland at the earliest. Vande Mataram. https://t.co/VAfBWpBAeN
— Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj) July 23, 2016
These are just some of the several instances where Sushma Swaraj has come to the aid of people. And while she awaits her kidney transplant, we wish her a speedy recovery and that there were more ministers like her.