'Hum Hain Na': Sushma Swaraj assures help to an Indian in distress in Saudi Arabia
Riyadh : External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Thursday replied on a Tweet saying that she will provide all possible help to an Indian man who threatened to commit suicide in Saudi Arabia.
Sushma Swaraj assured Ali, a man who has been seeking the help of the Indian embassy in Riyadh for the last one year for getting back to India.
“’Khud kusi’ ki baat nahin sochte. Hum hain na. Hamari Embassy aapki poori madad karegi. @IndianEmbRiyadh - Pls send me a report on this,” she tweeted and asked authorities in the country to respond to his plea.
“sir ek bat bateyn app log ki meri madat karsakte Ho ki mujhe khud kusi karleni chahye taqreeban 12 maheeno se guhar laga raha hun main embassy se lekin embassy samjha rahi hai mere ko theek agar mujhe India bhejwa sakte ho to maher bani hogi kyun ki mere 4bacche bhi hain sir (sic),” Ali had tweeted.
'Khud kusi' ki baat nahin sochte. Hum hain na. Hamari Embassy aapki poori madad karegi.— Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj) April 18, 2019
@IndianEmbRiyadh - Pls send me a report on this. https://t.co/ajU8EXyhAK
She also thanked a Twitter user Kshitij for pointing out the usage of an outdated mode of payment sought for a document by an Indian consulate.
“@SushmaSwaraj Dear Madam @CGISFO has a requirement that attestation be paid thru Money order or Cashier’s Check, in this age of digitalization why are GoI ofc abroad insisting on outdated modes of payment? atleast accept card, in India you do, why nt in US (sic),” Kshitij tweeted from his handle @indianatheart13.
“Thanks for bringing this to my notice. We will examine this,” was the minister’s response.
Thanks for bringing this to my notice. We will examine this. https://t.co/SQQj0I0zfp— Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj) April 18, 2019