Mourning The Death Of Sushma Swaraj TV Actor Karanvir Bohra Reminisces How She Helped Him Once
Recounting the incident when he was detained in Russia and how Sushma Swaraj had intervened to help him, Karanvir expressed shock and grief over her death on social media!
Attesting the fact from a personal experience was television actor Karanvir Bohra, who took to Twitter to recount how the Swaraj-led ministry of external affairs came to his rescue after he was detained for travelling with a damaged passport.
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"Shocked to hear that Sushma Swaraji passed away. A woman who worked hard for the betterment of our country, she never made any Indian feel alienated when in trouble in a foreign land. Like in Russia, if it wasn't for Sushmaji I would have been impounded. RIP Sushmaji. Jai Hind," Karanvir tweeted.
Shocked to hear that @SushmaSwaraj ji passed away.A woman who worked hard for the betterment of r country,she never made any Indian feel alienated when in trouble in a foreign land.
(Like in Russia, if it wasn't for Sushmaji I wud have been impounded) #RIPSushmaJi #Jaihind🇮🇳
— Karanvir Bohra (@KVBohra) August 6, 2019
Back then the actor and Bigg Boss 12 finalist, was detained at the Moscow International Airport in January due to passport issues. He had flown to Russia to attend the MacCoffee Bollywood Film Festival.
so bummed... waiting at #moscowairport coz my passport is a little damaged.
They contemplating to deport me back to India. @IndEmbMoscowRus @IndEmbMoscow i wished you would have told me that prior to issuing me the visa.
feeling bad for @IndianFilmsRus
— Karanvir Bohra (@KVBohra) January 30, 2019
Later, he thanked the then foreign minister along with a video of himself holding his new passport. He also wrote on Twitter, “I have no words to thank the @IndEmbMoscow 4 helping me get a brand new temporary passport and a visa.celebrity or no celebrity, i know one thing for sure, we Indians are in very safe hands when we travel abroad... thanks to @SushmaSwaraj and the #IndianEmbassy for their help.”
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I'm so so so thankful to the #indianembassymoscow @sushmaswarajofficial ji #indianembassy for helping me get a temproray passport here in #russiamoscow a special mention to #indianambassadormoscow @naiefmemon #MrDBvenkateshverma @indianfilmsrussia @rgstudios.in for taking care of this. lots of love to #thahseennazim @chintanpavlankar @rahulloomba @afrozshah_ #tabrezkhan #artur #karen #myfamily all my #industryfriends #kvbarmy and people who stood by me thru this 9 hour ordeal. im here in moscow and gonna live every minute of it... #allswellthatendswell #omnamoshivaya
Swaraj, 67, passed away late on Tuesday after suffering a massive cardiac arrest here.
With inputs from IANS
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