Sushma Swaraj wanted to give one rupee to Harish Salve for this reason before her death

Aug 07 2019 09:48 AM
Sushma Swaraj wanted to give one rupee to Harish Salve for this reason before her death

Former External Affairs Minister and BJP veteran Sushma Swaraj has passed away and she is no longer in the world. She was admitted to Delhi's AIIMS after complaining of chest pains last Tuesday night and she had been unwell for a long time. She breathed her last at Delhi's AIIMS Hospital late Tuesday night. Sushma was only 67 years old but has now left the world. Sushma Swaraj, on the other hand, had asked India's famous lawyer and International Court of Defence Harish Salve to come and charge a fee of one rupee.

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"The lawyer Harish Salve had charged only one rupee to fight the Kulbhushan Jadhav case," Harish Salve said, adding that "an hour before the death, he had a conversation with Sushmaji and he told Sushma that he had spoken." "We were both very emotional when we got a call," he said. They told me to come to them and they said, "I have to pay you your fees to win in the case." I also told him, "Of course, I will come and pay my precious fee," he said.

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Harish Salve said, "I am extremely surprised. I spoke to Sushmaji on the phone at 8.45pm on Tuesday night. His condition looked fine. Now, when the news of Sushmaji's absence came, I am shocked. Especially my personal loss. When I spoke to Sushmaji at around 8.50, it was an extremely emotional conversation. They told me to come and meet me. I will give you one rupee of Kulbhushan Jadhav case fee. Come at 6 o'clock tomorrow," he said, "harish salve is deeply saddened by the passing away of Sushma Swaraj and she said, "She was very happy. She was an amazing leader. What should I say? I feel like my elder sister is no longer there."

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