Swaraj assures help to Russian tourist begging in Kancheepuram temple

Swaraj assures help to Russian tourist begging in Kancheepuram temple

Swaraj assures help to Russian tourist begging in Kancheepuram temple

He could not withdraw money using his ATM card since the PIN got locked, he said.

Kancheepuram: Left with no money, a Russian youth who is touring Tamil Nadu today started seeking alms at a temple in Kancheepuram, police said. His visa is valid until next month. Getting disappointed Evangelin chose to beg outside the Kumarakottam temple on the West Raja Street on Tuesday morning.

During his stay in Kancheepuram, he went to an ATM kiosk to withdraw money but his ATM card's PIN got locked.

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The Siva Kanchi police reached the temple and brought him to the station.

When the matter came into the notice of Sushma Swaraj, she said that the officials of the External Affairs Ministry in Chennai will help him.

After the matter was highlighted, Sushma Swaraj took to her Twitter handle and said that Russian Federation is India's time-tested friend.

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Though devotees gave him money, they were surprised to see a foreigner seeking alms and alerted police, who found his travel documents in order with a valid passport and visa. "My officials in Chennai will provide you all help", Swaraj tweeted late on Tuesday night following a media report about 24-year-old A. Evangelin begging at a temple in Kancheepuram.

However, this is not the first instance when Sushma Swaraj came to help of needy people in foreign lands.

The Russian national has been identified as Evangelin. Earlier also, Sushma Swaraj granted a visa to Pakistan national to visit India for an open heart surgery of her 1-year-old daughter.

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