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Sushma Swaraj to the rescue of Mumbai man in Mozambique, his sister says ‘achche din are here’

Mumbai city news: Anand Krishna Singh, who works in Africa, was allegedly accused of theft and beaten up at gunpoint by his employer

mumbai Updated: Jun 01, 2017 17:50 IST
Jayprakash S Naidu
Sushma Swaraj immediately responded and asked the embassy to contact her.
Sushma Swaraj immediately responded and asked the embassy to contact her.(HT File)

External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj came to the rescue of a man from Mumbai, who was stuck in Mozambique.

Anand Krishna Singh, who works in Africa, was allegedly accused of theft and beaten up at gunpoint by his employer and his passport was taken away.

His sister Anita Suvarna wrote and tweeted to the authorities, tagging Swaraj.

The tweet that led to prompt action:

Swaraj immediately responded and asked the embassy to contact her.

The embassy responded with this tweet:

The tweet was retweeted by Swaraj.

His sister Anita told HT, “I am very happy. The ministry has come as a great help. Thanks to the government for us the Acche Din has come. My brother will be returning tomorrow. ”

Read more: The story of how Sushma Swaraj helped Uzma Ahmad return from Pakistan