The 66-year-old BJP MP, who had returned to Mumbai after getting herself treated in a Jaipur hospital, criticised the 'sensation-hungry media' on twitter. "As for the sensation-hungry media and a few members of the public, who had a field day maligning me even when I was helpless and in deep trauma who actually and unbelievably stooped to the lowest level of human decency, I can only say 'Shame on U' and 'God Bless'," she tweeted.

Hema had been criticised for leaving the site of the accident in Dausa after her speeding Mercedes hit a Alto, without reaching out to the victims of the accident. A two-year-old girl was killed while the victim's family members were injured in the mishap on July 2 and have been hospitalised.


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