Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday condoled the demise of former Union minister Sushma Swaraj, saying a glorious chapter in Indian politics had come to an end.

"A glorious chapter in Indian politics comes to an end. India grieves the demise of a remarkable leader who devoted her life to public service and bettering lives of the poor. Sushma Swaraj Ji was one of her kind, who was a source of inspiration for crores of people," he tweeted.

Sushma Swaraj was rushed to AIIMS in a very critical condition and sources said that she suffered a massive heart attack. She wasn’t in the pink of health in the last few years. She even stayed away from contesting the recently-held Lok Sabha election.

Sushma Swaraj was a diabetic and she even underwent a kidney transplant two years ago.

Former foreign minister took to Twitter last when she thanked PM Modi on the government’s decision on abolishing Article 370 that granted special status to Jammu and Kashmir.

From BJP leaders Harsh Vardhan to Congress’s Sonia Gandhi, politicians have been rushing to AIIMS.

Swaraj was tagged the 'supermom' of India by Washington Post and she was always known to be a dynamic leader of the BJP, ever known for her wit on social media.