Setting a unique example of responsibility, External affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has responded a PhD scholar who sought her help on Twitter to get visa for Australia.
Setting a unique example of responsibility, External affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has responded a PhD scholar who sought her help on Twitter to get visa for Australia. The union minister has been admitted in AIIMS, New Delhi after what she shared was kidney failure. Despite undergoing treatment, she immediately replied to the tweet and assured possible help.
@SushmaSwaraj I m p.hd. scholar in AIIMS. Can you please help me to get my VISA for AUS in order to present a paper? (1/2)
— Geeta Singh (@geetasingh44) December 4, 2016
Geeta Singh, a PhD scholar at All India Institute of Medical Science, New Delhi post two tweets seeking help of Sushma Swaraj in getting her visa for Australia on Sunday evening. The female scholar mentioned that she had applied for it on November 14 and still not got it. She mentioned that she need it “urgently” in view of presenting research paper there in Australia on December 7.
Geeta – I am also in AIIMS. Pl come and see me here. I will do my best to help you. https://t.co/lH1RYlclDy
— Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj) December 4, 2016
In a quick response, Sushma replied to her tweet. In her reply, Sushma asked the scholar to come and meet her as she is also in AIIMS. She further assured her the best possible help.
Earlier in this week, the minister also responded a Twitter user from London seeking her help in renewing his visa because of a medical emergency. She immediately replied the tweet and assured him that Indian High Commission in London will help him.
The minister has been receiving continuous wishes for her quick recovery and good health since the news of her kidney failure surfaced. Many people also offered their kidneys to her in case she needs.