When people trolled man for tweeting in poor English, Foreign Minister came to his rescue

Sushma Swaraj, the Foreign Minister of India is famous for her instant responses on Twitter. Whenever the citizens reach out to Sushma for assistance on social media, she is quick to respond to all of them patiently.

Once again, she made the headlines for one of her recent Twitter reply to an Indian who is currently residing in Malaysia. Twitter user, Gavy, who is originally from Punjab tweeted to Foreign Minister in the hope to bring his ill-friend back to India. But the tweet written by Gavy had a lot of grammatical mistakes.

“@SushmaSwaraj @BBCNews @BBCBreaking I from India in Punjab but I’m now in Malaysia here one my friend mental I want send go back to India but immigration say we are cannot help you first here treatment your friend after can I send India your friend can you ask immigration,” he wrote.


Reading the tweet, another Twitter user identified as Sourabh Das responded by saying, “bhai hindi ya punjabi me hi likh deta.”

However, Sushma Swaraj quickly came to his defence and responded by saying, “There is no problem. After becoming Foreign Minister, I have learnt to follow English of all accents and grammar.”

This epic reaction of the minister is winning hearts of the Twitterati all across the nation and here is proof.

The 67-year-old Sushma Swaraj is now the second woman to become a Foreign Minister, a role which was first held by Indira Gandhi.