Just few hours before former foreign minister and BJP veteran leader Sushma Swaraj breathed her last on Tuesday night, she had thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the Centre’s move on Jammu and Kashmir and said she had been ‘waiting to see this day in my lifetime’.
In her last tweet, Swaraj had congratulated PM Narendra Modi for successfully revoking Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir. “@narendramodi ji – Thank you Prime Minister. Thank you very much. I was waiting to see this day in my lifetime,” the tweet said.
प्रधान मंत्री जी – आपका हार्दिक अभिनन्दन. मैं अपने जीवन में इस दिन को देखने की प्रतीक्षा कर रही थी. @narendramodi ji – Thank you Prime Minister. Thank you very much. I was waiting to see this day in my lifetime.— Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj) 6 August 2019
The tweet is becoming a web sensation on Twitter at the present time and individuals are communicating their sentiments with answers on this tweet. Here are some of them:
सुषमा जी का आख़िरी ट्वीट बता रहा है शायद उन्हें अहसास हो गया था. So so sad— Manak Gupta (@manakgupta) 6 August 2019
India will always miss a leader like you, madam— Md Tahir (@md_tahir_) 6 August 2019
We have lost a very dedicated and hardworking person. May be her soul was actually waiting for her dream to be fulfilled.— Dr. Vedika (@vishkanyaaaa) 6 August 2019
The patriotic fragrance of her soul will never fade away ?
??Om Shanti??#omshanti #shushmaswaraj
आपके आखिरी ट्वीट ने देश का और हमारा दिल जीत लिया और 1996 के आपके ओजस्वी भाषण की कला मेने बहुत बार देखी है मुझे आपके भाषण के एक एक शब्द याद है— ईश्वर खंडेलवाल (@ishu91090) 6 August 2019
शायद आपको भी इस अनहोनी का अंदेशा हो गया था ??— Shalini (@FemaleVishwas) 6 August 2019
Former External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj died at AIIMS hospital on Tuesday night following cardiac arrest. She was a fiery politician and an active social media user, who often responded on Twitter and intervened to help people seeking assistance.
A former Supreme Court lawyer, Sushma Swaraj had opted out of contesting elections earlier this year citing health reasons. But her exit as a minister was also deeply regretted by many Indians. She had developed a reputaion of an approachable minister, often helping Indians facing troubles related to passports and visas.
We are extremely sad on this sudden loss of such a great woman. May her soul rest in peace.