External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj is known to help people in their hour of need. On many occasions, people have reached out to the minister on Twitter, which she has taken note of and obliged. In the latest of the many such measures of the minister helping out those who reached out to her, an individual named Chandra Nandi took to Twitter requesting the minister's help after he and his wife were selected in different batches during their trip to Kailash Mansarovar. The man had tweeted saying: \u201c@SushmaSwaraj , Namaste Madamji, Myself & my wife selected for Kailash Manas Sarovar Yatra 2018, in different batches. My wife will not be able to undertake the yatra alone. KMYS00125518 & KMYS00124418. Seek your help to put us in the same batch. I will be 70 by next year.\u201d The minister was quick to respond in the affirmative, but not before adding a bit of wit. \u201cThe computer is guilty of separating you. But don\u2019t worry. We will send you both in the same batch.\u201d Earlier, this month, the minister questioned the origin of a Jammu and Kashmir youth studying in Philippines whose Twitter profile said he is from \u201cIndian occupied Kashmir\u201d before promising help. \u201cIf you are from J&K state, we will definitely help you. But your profile says you are from \u2018Indian occupied Kashmir\u2019. There is no place like that,\u201d the Minister had tweeted in reply to Sheikh Ateeq who said he needed a new passport urgently so as to return to India for a medical check-up. After few minutes, the man corrected the location on his Twitter \u201cJammu and Kashmir\/ Manila\u201d, after which Sushma Swaraj asked Indian Embassy in Manila to extend all help. \u201cI am happy you have corrected the profile,\u201d she said and asked Indian mission to help him.