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Husband, Daughter Bid Farewell To Sushma Swaraj With A Salute

The father-daughter duo saluted Sushma Swaraj amidst a swarm of leaders cutting across party ranks and files.

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Husband, Daughter Bid Farewell To Sushma Swaraj With A Salute
Sushma Swaraj's husband Swaraj Kaushal and daughter Bansuri Swaraj salute her before performing her last rites
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Husband, Daughter Bid Farewell To Sushma Swaraj With A Salute
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2019-08-07T17:16:34+05:30

As the nation bid a tearful adieu to BJP stalwart and former External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, her husband Swaraj Kaushal and daughter Bansuri Swaraj paid their obeisance by saluting her as full state honours were accorded to the veteran leader.

The father-daughter duo saluted her amidst a swarm of leaders cutting across party ranks and files. People from all walks of life thronged the BJP headquarters in the national capital to get a last glimpse of the former Foreign Minister.

The mortal remains of Swaraj, who passed away of a cardiac arrest on Tuesday night, was taken to the BJP headquarters in Rouse Avenue from her house in an ambulance.

The body was kept there for people to pay homage and later taken to Lodhi crematorium for last rites.

President Ram Nath Kovind, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP working president JP Nadda were among the leaders who paid homage to Swaraj.

Swaraj, who passed away at AIIMS, was BJP's most prominent woman face.

Doctors at AIIMS said that the 67-year-old was feeling restless at 9 pm on Tuesday and was brought to the hospital at around 9:30 pm. She was declared dead at 10:50 pm.

Swaraj was the foreign minister in the first term of the Modi government in 2014. She opted out of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections citing ill health.

(With ANI Inputs)


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