Hospitalised Sushma Swaraj brings back man who walked 1000 kms in Dubai

Despite being ill she is constantly helping out people who are reaching out to her.

All-round superwoman, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has not stopped coming to people’s rescue despite being ill and in the hospital for more than 25 days now.

This time, she has helped an Indian man in Dubai who walked 1,000 kilometres for over two years just to attend court proceedings for being able to fly back home to Tamil Nadu.

Jagannathan Selvaraj, could not afford to pay for the bus trips due to which he had walk 22kms one way from Sonapur to attend the labour court proceedings at the Dubai Courts.

Speaking to local media Selvaraj said that he had to wake up at 4 am in the morning and walk for 2 hours to reach the court because he could not afford to take a taxi or bus. He further added that he had to carry on with it despite the unforgiving heat and sandstorms.

Sushma Swaraj being the amazing woman that she is, took cognisance of the situation and announced that Selvaraj has been brought back home and sent to his village.

This comes just a day after Sushma Swaraj helped a PhD scholar working at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences. The girl tweeted to Sushma Swaraj seeking her help tp obtain her Visa.

What did Sushma Swaraj do? She asked her to come see her because she was at AIIMS too.

Sushma Swaraj is undergoing dialysis treatment at the AIIMS for Kidney failure. She took to Twitter to inform that she was undergoing tests for a Kidney transplant.