Presented one rupee coin to Harish Salve as token fee Both of them had spoken only minutes before death Salve…
New Delhi: Sushma swaraj’s daughter Bansuri Swaraj kept her mom’s promise.
To fight the case of Kulbhushan Jadhav, an Indian citizen jailed in Pakistan jail,
went to the house of renowned lawyer Harish Salve and presented him a coin of one rupee as fee for this case.
It is noteworthy that the country’s famous lawyer Harish Salve had already announced to charge only one rupee for this case.
In the international court, Mr. Salve vehemently argued for India.
Because of this, Pakistan had to postpone the hanging of Kulbhushan Jadhav.
Pakistan has also allowed Kulbhushan to meet Indian diplomats on the directions of the International Court of Justice.
Meanwhile, former External Affairs Minister of India Sushma Swaraj, who was suffering from a long illness, passed away.
Since her death, this case has not been remembered in the minds of people.
But Bansuri Swaraj, late Sushma Swaraj’s daughter, remembered her mother’s promise.
After a short time with her funeral and other responsibilities,
she went to fulfill her mother’s promise.
Bansuri had taken time to talk to Harish Salve.
Yesterday, on September 28, Mr. Salve was paid this fee.
it is just a coin nicely wrapped in a gift box.
People came to know about this when Swaraj Kaushal, husband of late Sushma Swaraj, made a tweet and made it public.
Through this tweet, he addressed the late Sushma Swaraj and wrote
that your daughter has fulfilled her promise that was related to fighting the case of Kulbhushan Jadhav.
On this information, people were able to get information about this whole incident.
It is now learned that even a few minutes before his death, Sushma Swaraj called Harish Salve.
She had asked Mr. Salve to meet and get his fee as promised.
It was decided that Mr. Salve would come to meet him the next day at six in the evening.
A few minutes later, Sushma Swaraj passed away.
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