Veteran leader Sushma Swaraj, who was quite popular on the social media for her quick responses and instant help to citizens, both in India and abroad, was missed by the Twitterati
New Delhi: As Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his new cabinet took oath at Rashtrapati Bhavan on Thursday it became clear that Sushma Swaraj, who held the charge of External Affair ministry was not to be a part of Modi Cabinet 2.0.
Veteran leader Sushma Swaraj, who was quite popular on the social media for her quick responses and instant help to citizens, both in India and abroad, was missed by the Twitterati and a large number of people requested her to return as the foreign minister.
The 66-year-old leader underwent a kidney transplant in December 2016 and had decided to not contest the Lok Sabha elections due to health reasons.
During the swearing-in ceremony, Swaraj sat with the attendees and not on the stage, making it clear that she will not set to be a part of Modi Cabinet 2.0.
Here is how Twitter is reacting to the move:
Across the Ministry of External Affairs today a lot of moist eyes. EAM @SushmaSwaraj would be terribly missed. One of the most loved and hardworking minister in Modi Cabinet. #SwearinginCeremony #ModiSarkar2 #ModiSwearingIn pic.twitter.com/a00MrtIoiA— Mayur Patel (@mayurnandola) May 30, 2019
@SushmaSwaraj not being the minister of External affairs.. India will miss this part and the minister who is comming up for it has to fill in a big feet here a better India #NarendraModi #SwearinginCeremony @BJP4India #sushmaswaraj— Shashank Raj (@shashank_raj19) May 30, 2019
Unfortunate @SushmaSwaraj is not being appointed as FM again.@narendramodi @PMOIndia @AmitShah We want @SushmaSwaraj as our FM.She has done excellent work in her tenure.We cannot accept that such a exemplary leader is devoid.#SushmaSwaraj #ModiSarkar2 #BringBackSushmaSwaraj— Ashutosh🇮🇳 (@ashutoshkraman) May 30, 2019
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Last Updated 30, May 2019, 9:09 PM