Sushma Swaraj Death: When the troller said- ‘Will miss you too much’, then Sushma Swaraj replied something like this

Sushma Swaraj Death News: Sushma Swaraj, who was active on social media, was very expert in the spot response. An example of this was seen recently when he gave such a reply to a troller on Twitter that his speaking stopped.

Sushma Swaraj Death: When the troller said- 'Will miss you too much', then Sushma Swaraj replied something like this
Sushma Swaraj Death: When the troller said- 'Will miss you too much', then Sushma Swaraj replied something like this

Former Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj (Sushma Swaraj) has died of a heart attack on Tuesday night. Senior BJP leader Sushma Swaraj was admitted to AIIMS in critical condition. Sushma Swaraj’s condition was very critical. Many big leaders of the party including Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Nitin Gadkari have reached the hospital. Sushma Swaraj, who was active on social media, was quite adept at the spot response. An example of this was seen recently when he gave such a reply to a troller on Twitter that he stopped speaking. That troller did not reply back to Sushma again.

Actually, the matter is in the month of July, when former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dixit died. Condolences were being expressed on the death of Sheila Dixit. In this way, former External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj also tweeted a tweet. In which Sushma Swaraj wrote, ‘It is very sad to hear about Sheila Dixit’s demise. We were definitely opposed to politics but were very good friends in personal life. She was a good person.

On Sushma’s tweet, a troller tweeted and wrote, ‘You too will miss one day Amma like Sheila Dixit.’ On this troller’s tweet, Sushma gave him such a reply that he could not turn back and say anything. Sushma Swaraj wrote in response, ‘Thank you in advance for this feeling.’

Let me tell you, Sushma Swaraj had silenced the trollers several times before giving them a befitting reply. During his tenure, he had helped people many times through Twitter. His initiative was widely praised on social media.