October 17, 2019

Sushma Swaraj dies at 67 after cardiac arrest

Sushma Swaraj died after cardiac arrest. His body will be held at the BJP headquarters in Delhi until 3 pm and he will be taken to the Lodhi Crematorium for the final ceremony. Ushma Swaraj, a former chancellor and leader of BJP, died Tuesday night after a cardiac arrest. She is 67 years old.

The top BJP leaders were taken to the Indian Academy of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) around 10 pm and accepted an emergency. The hospital said in a statement that, although the doctor tried to resuscitate her for about an hour, she died at 10:50 p.m.

The sudden death of Sushma Swaraj caused shock and pain, and aam aadmi and the leaders cut the political spectrum and paid tribute to the intelligent leaders and stellar ministers of the Modi-1 government.
On Wednesday, the body of the former federal minister will remain for three hours at the headquarters of the Popular Party to pay tribute to the members and leaders of the party. The final ceremony of Sushma Swaraj will take place at the Lodhi Crematorium.

What happened to SUSHIMA SWARAJ?

Sushma Swaraj has not been in good shape recently. Sushma Swaraj underwent a kidney transplant in 2016, but continued to work during the recovery period.

She continued to work despite severe medical conditions and long-term hospitalization. Sushma Swaraj announced that he would not participate in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections held earlier this year.

On Tuesday night, Sushma Swaraj was taken to AIIMS around 10 pm and taken to the emergency room. Later, the hospital issued a statement saying that the leader of the Popular Party passed away at 10:50 p.m.

What is the end SUSHMA SWARAJ

After the government revoked Jammu and Kashmir’s special status, Sushma Swaraj congratulated Prime Minister Narendra Modi a few hours before his death and said: “I am looking forward to seeing this day in my life.” .

Sushma Swaraj said on Twitter Tuesday night: “@narendramodi ji – Thank you, Prime Minister. Thank you very much. I am looking forward to seeing this day in my life.”

What does PM MODI say?

Shortly after the AIIMS issued a statement informing the nation about the death of Sushma Swaraj, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said it was a personal loss.

Narendra Modi wrote on Twitter that the glorious chapter of Indian politics has put an end to the death of Sushma Swaraj, “India is sad about the death.

Narendra Modi

I can’t forget the way Sushma Ji worked tirelessly as EAM for the past 5 years. Even if you are in poor health, you will do everything possible to treat your work fairly and keep up with your department. The spirit and commitment have no parallel.

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“Even if you are in poor health, you will do everything possible to treat your work fairly and keep up with your department. The spirit and commitment have no parallel,” he said.

Prime Minister Modi said that Sushma Swaraj is unique in its kind and is a source of inspiration for a group of people. Nushndra Modi said: “Sushma Ji is a prolific speaker and outstanding member. All parties have admired and respected her.”

The prime minister called her a good administrator, and she said Swaraj set a high standard in every department she managed. “She played a key role in improving relations between India and the country. As a minister, we also saw her compassionate side helping the Indians who died anywhere in the world,” he said.

What did the president, vice president and speaker say?

President Ramnat Covend, Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu, Lok Sabha President Om Birla, mourned Swaraj’s death on Tuesday and praised her as a good speaker and distinguished member.

President Cowend expressed his shock at Swalater’s disappearance on Twitter and said: “This country has lost a beloved leader who has demonstrated dignity, courage and integrity in public life.” “He has always been willing to help others, and she will always remember her contribution

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