Sushma Swaraj's husband is angry and wants to quit Twitter! Know why

Swaraj Kaushal, a criminal lawyer and former governor of Mizoram has left Twitterati surprised after a Twitter user asked him a 'strange' question!

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, is known for her social media presence and assisting in ‘troubleshooting’ public grievances via Twitter. She is praised by all for helping people across the globe. Not only this, she has also left Twitter users amused with her humorous replies from time to time.

However this time it’s her husband Swaraj Kaushal, a criminal lawyer and former governor of Mizoram, who has left Twitterati surprised, after a person asked a ‘person question’ and left Kaushal irked.

According to a report in Jansatta, a Twitter user asked Kaushal to tell him about something related to Sushma Swaraj which he likes the most.

Following the tweet, Swaraj Kaushal took a dig at him and expressed his displeasure. He reportedly wrote – “Is this not being too personal? This is the reason why I wish to quit twitter.”

Soon after his tweet, the user realised his mistake and immediately apologised for his mistake.

This is not for the first time when Kaushal took to Twitter and surprised the Twitterati with his witty remarks. Here’s how he had responded to a person who asked him as to why he wasn’t following Sushma on Twitter:

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