Australian trained worker loses landmark case over political tweets

Australian trained worker loses landmark case over political tweets

Sushma Swaraj, one amongst India’s best legendary politicians, has died.

Ms Swaraj, World Health Organization served as government minister for 5 years, suffered a pathology on Tues, the Press Trust of Republic of India same.

She was a well-liked minister in Narendra Modi’s 1st term as prime minister, however didn’t contest parliamentary elections earlier this year.

She became legendary for serving to Indians stuck abroad by responding to them on Twitter.

Ms Swaraj, 67, had been littered with poor health and had a excretory organ transplant in 2016.
She was cremated with full state honours within the capital urban center. Senior leaders across political parties and BJP lawmakers, as well as Prime cathedral Narendra Modi, attended the ceremonial.

The news of her death prompted AN outpouring of grief and condolences each from fellow politicians and from Indians across the world.

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“A superb chapter in Indian politics involves AN finish,” mister Modi same on Twitter.

“India grieves the dying of a stimulating leader World Health Organization devoted her life to public service and ameliorative lives of the poor. Sushma Swaraj Jemaah Islamiyah was one amongst her kind, World Health Organization was a supply of inspiration,” he said.
Indian President Ram Nath Kovind same Republic of India had “lost a way worshipped leader World Health Organization epitomised dignity, bravery & integrity publically life”.

“Ever willing to assist others, she’s going to forever be remembered for her service to the folks of Republic of India,” he wrote on Twitter.

Rahul Gandhi, former president of the Indian National Congress, the official opposition, same he was appalled by Ms Swaraj’s overtime, career her AN “extraordinary pol, a talented verbalizer exceptional Parliamentarian, with friendships across party lines”.

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