The whole nation is in a state of deep shock after the sudden and untimely death of India’s former External Affairs Minister and one of the most respected stateswomen, Sushma Swaraj. She passed away last night after suffering a cardiac arrest at AIIMS, Delhi.
She was well known for connecting to ordinary people through social media easily. Her style to connect with anyone and then helping them out-facing any issues abroad made her very popular among anyone.
As far as everyone knows she never differentiated between any individuals on the basis of their nationality. She believed that every individual has their plights which cannot be ignored. Even though she came forward for helping citizens of Pakistan as well, especially when it came to providing them visas to help get medical treatments in India.
However, these careless vultures remain so and before Sushma Swaraj’s body has even gone cold, they have come out expressing their delight at her demise.
As such, the Pakistani Twitterati have been extremely active on twitter, to portray what a joyous occasion this is for them.
— Nasir Bashir Ahmad Gujjar (@nasir361) August 6, 2019
Rot in hell witch!!https://t.co/nhfmcigoQ3
She came to Saudi Arabia with a delegation trying to get me extradited to India when I was in jail there on fake charges planted by her team in the first place.
Now I a free & she rots ….Allah be praised !!
— Zaid Hamid (@ZaidZamanHamid) August 6, 2019
On a Different Note
— RAJA AAMIR ABBAS (@RajaAamirAbbas) August 6, 2019
You can’t expect empathy when you celebrated death of innocent people.#SushmaSwaraj
— Thugs of Pakistan (@ThugsofPakistan) August 6, 2019
Even when the Indian media tried to portray Sushma Swaraj as a people’s person, whose death both the neighbouring countries are mourning, the Pakistani citizens set the record straight.
— Taimoor Asif (@taimoorasif0124) August 6, 2019
Unsurprisingly, this action has been met with a lot of backlash from the Indian citizens. They are absolutely shocked and horrified at this blatant act of hypocrisy and selfishness.