Sushma Swaraj was an Indian politician and a former supreme court lawyer. A senior leader of Bharatiya Janta Party, she was served as the Minister of External Affairs of India since 26th May 2014 she was the second women to hold the office after Indira Gandhi.
This iron lady was born on 14th February 1952 at Ambala Cantt, Haryana. Her father Hardev Sharma was a prominent Rastriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). She was completed her bachelors with major in Sanskrit and political science from Sanatan Dhrama College in Ambala Cantonment after she studied law at Punjab University, Chandigarh. She was also adjudged the best cadet of the NCC also for three years. And in addition to it, she was the best shooter among the NCC cadets in the university. A state level competition held by language department of Haryana saw her winning the best speaker award for three consecutive years this proves how great speaker she was.
In 1970 she joined the Akhil Bharatiya Vidhyarthi Parishad and from here her political career begins also from 1973 she started her practice as an advocate in the supreme court. She was also the part of Jaya Prakash Narayan’s Total revolution Movement in 1974.
From Ambala she wins the elections of MLA in 1977 and become the youngest MLA in India of age of 25. She was also the state president of Janata Party in 1979, at age of 27.
In 1998 was served as 5th Chief Minister of Delhi and become the first female women Chief Minister of Delhi.
Sushma Sawraj stands as the best External Affairs Minister of all time and also one of the best Cabinet Minister in Narendra Modi led NDA government. Sushma Swaraj was one of the most kind and helpful leader. Sushma Saraj made every Indian feel she exist and exist to good for others.
From beginning as becoming the youngest minister in the cabinet of the north Indian state of Haryana to becoming the Member of Parliament for seven times, she did everything to be known as the Iron Lady. Former external affairs minister Shrimati Sushma swaraj was passed away on 6th august 2019, Tuesday at night after suffering a cardiac arrest.