Sushma Swaraj, known for her prompt Twitter response, responded equally to a petition on change.org.
Earlier this month, Sushma Swaraj had pulled up Amazon officials for featuring doormats with Indian flags on it
“If this is not done forthwith, we will not grant Indian Visa to any Amazon official. We will also rescind the Visas issued earlier,” Swaraj said.
Responding to a tweet that sought her help, Sushma Swaraj said she spoke to an AIIMS doctor.
“I have received the report. Father and son are Norwegian nationals. We will represent on request of the mother, who is an Indian national,” Swaraj tweeted.
A team of specialists will continue to review her progress over next several weeks, AIIMS director M C Misra said.
“I am grateful to the dedicated team of Doctors, SRs, Sisters, technicians and staff of AIIMS.They have lived up to the reputation of AIIMS,” Swaraj tweeted after being discharged.
“Sushma Swaraj has been discharged from Hospital at 7 PM after her postoperative uneventful recovery following kidney transplant operation on December 10,” the AIIMS said in a statement.
Sushma Swaraj was cited in the list ‘for fashioning a novel brand of Twitter diplomacy.’
Sushma Swaraja is likely to be discharged from AIIMS in another seven to ten days, senior hospital officials said.
Sources said that the surgery started around 9 am and successfully ended at around 2.30 pm.
Swaraj, who has been in and out of the hospital for last few months, was admitted to AIIMS on November 7.
Eman Ahmed, a resident of port city of Alexandria, was issued the medical visa hours after a Mumbai- based bariatric surgeon requested Swaraj to help the woman travel to India for her treatment.
“A few Indian missions and posts abroad have faced unauthorised intrusion of their respective websites. No sensitive data belonging to the government was compromised,” Swaraj said.
On November 2, Pakistani media prominently carried names of eight Indian High Commission officials, alleging they were involved in “subversive and terrorist activities.”