NEW DELHI: Senior BJP chief and former international minister Sushma Swaraj who handed away on Tuesday took international coverage past mandarins of South Block to the touch lives of widespread Indians within the first Modi authorities. The BJP veteran (67) handed away following a coronary heart assault on Tuesday night time.

Her final Twitter put up was about thanking PM Narendra Modi in regards to the authorities’s transfer on Kashmir stating that she was ready for at the present time in her lifetime.

Swaraj, who was for the Bharatiya Janata Celebration’s most outstanding lady face, didn’t contest the not too long ago held Lok Sabha elections by which the social gathering received a large majority. Final November, she had introduced she wouldn’t contest the final elections.

From being tagged the ‘supermom’ of India by Washington Publish to turning into one of many most-followed politicians on Twitter, the late international minister had actually struck a chord with younger and previous alike along with her round the clock social media presence, eagerness to assist to any Indian in misery worldwide, and prepared wit on social media.

Officers would vouch that Swaraj additionally dealt with coverage issues of MEA with identical finesse and developed robust chemistry along with her counterparts from the world over. She was the second lady to carry put up of Exterior Affairs after Indira Gandhi.

On 19 February 2019 Swaraj accepted the celebrated Grand Cross of Order of Civil Advantage, which was conferred by the Spanish authorities in recognition of India’s help in evacuating its residents from Nepal throughout the earthquake in 2015.

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Sushma Swaraj’s political journey

*1977–82 Elected as Member, Haryana Legislative Meeting.

*1977–79 Cupboard Minister, Labour and Employment, Authorities of Haryana.

*1987–90 Elected as Member, Haryana Legislative Meeting.

*1987–90 Cupboard Minister, Schooling, Meals and Civil Provides, Authorities of Haryana.

*1990–96 Elected to Rajya Sabha (1st time period)

*1996–97 [15 May 1996 – 4 December 1997] Member, Eleventh Lok Sabha (2nd time period).

*1996 [16 May – 1 June] – Union Cupboard Minister, Info and Broadcasting.

*1998–99 [10 March 1998 – 26 April 1999] Member, Twelfth Lok Sabha (third time period).

*1998 [19 March – 12 October] Union Cupboard Minister, Info and Broadcasting and Telecommunications (Further cost).

*1998 [13 October – 3 December] Chief Minister of Delhi.

*1998 [November] – Elected from Hauz Khas Meeting constituency of Delhi Meeting. Resigned from Delhi Meeting and retained Lok Sabha seat.

*2000–06 Member, Rajya Sabha (4th time period).

*2000–03 [30 September 2000 – 29 January 2003] Minister of Info and Broadcasting.

*2003–04 [29 January 2003 – 22 May 2004] Minister of Well being and Household Welfare and Minister of Parliamentary Affairs.

*2006–09 [April 2006 -] Member, Rajya Sabha (fifth time period).

*2009–14 [16 May 2009 – 18 May 2014] Member, 15th Lok Sabha (sixth time period).

*2009-09 [3 June 2009 – 21 December 2009] Deputy Chief of the Opposition within the Lok Sabha.

*2009–14 [21 December 2009 – 18 May 2014] Chief of the Opposition and changed Lal Krishna Advani.

*2014–current [26 May 2014–] Member, 16th Lok Sabha (seventh time period)

*2014–2019 [26 May 2014 – 29 May 2019] Minister of Exterior Affairs within the Union of India.

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