Sushma Swaraj wins hearts with red carpet welcome to Indian daughters, daughters-in-law from Pak
New Delhi, July 26: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj never fails to win hearts of millions with her humane gesture and equally sensitive tweets on matter of importance.
At a time when India-Pakistan relationship is witnessing heightened tensions, once again, Swaraj reminds that political differences between nations should not stop us from helping each other.
A late night tweet on Tuesday by the senior BJP leader stating that "Indian daughters and daughters-in-law from Pakistan or any other country are always welcome", reiterated the commitment on part of the union minister to help people in distress.
Swaraj's statement on "daughters and daughters-in-law" was in reply to an 'SOS' by a Mumbai man married to a Pakistani woman. The Mumbaikar requested the minister to help him get "visa".
Hi mam,I am frm mum I got married to pakistani girl last yr in April2016,Mam I need ur help plzz kindly help me to get visa.@SushmaSwaraj— BEING YASAR (@being_yasar) March 27, 2017
In reply, Swaraj tweeted:
Indian daughters and daughters in law from Pakistan or any other country are always welcome. https://t.co/5jTCKSX0sp— Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj) July 25, 2017
Since the time she joined the Narendra Modi cabinet in 2014, Swaraj has always been quick to respond to people facing difficult situation in various corners of the world.
Not only the senior leader replies to all tweets raising requests or concerns, but she makes sure that help reaches the "distressed" person or community at the earliest.
Recently, Swaraj granted medical visa to a Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) resident Osama Ali, who was diagnosed with tumour and wanted to come to Delhi for his treatment.
"POK is an integral part of India. Pakistan has illegally occupied it. We are giving him visa. No letter required," she tweeted after granting visa to the POK resident.
The minister also granted medical visa to a four-month-old toddler from Pakistan, who came to India for a heart surgery in June. Thanks to Swaraj, the kid had a successful surgery at a Noida-based hospital in Uttar Pradesh.
The "grateful" parents of the Pakistani kid hailed Swaraj as a "fantastic" human and leader.
We hope all leaders share similar sensitivity displayed by Swaraj to make the world a better place to live in. While giving such warm welcome to Indian daughters and daughters-in-law, the minister proved herself to be the "best" daughter of India.