Lost Your Passport In Chennai Floods? Here’s How Sushma Swaraj Is Helping Us!

The Logical Indian

December 7th, 2015

Source: Catchnews | Image Courtesy: mayatoday

Our current External Affairs minister, Sushma Swaraj, is remarkably social media-savvy. The minister is reaching out to people who have lost their passports in deadly Chennai floods.

For all the people who lost their passports or damaged it in the floods, Sushma made an announcement, which would come as a huge breather for many.

 

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Social media users appreciated her initiative:

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Back in August, Twitter user Dev Tamboli posted a tweet directed to Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj.He tweeted, “@SushmaSwaraj need help for rescuing my sister fm UAE. She went to UAE for job on 14th but now locked in a room pls contact me +97466893988.Swaraj promptly replied, “I have asked our Ambassador in UAE to help. He will speak to you and do the needful. @Devtamboli.”

This surely proves why Sushma Swaraj is great on social media.

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