Sushma Swaraj - Personal Life

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Sushma Swaraj is married to Swaraj Kaushal from 13 July 1975. Her husband Swaraj Kaushal is a Senior Advocate of Supreme Court of India and a Criminal lawyer and a former Governor of Mizoram during 1990–1993. He was appointed Governor at 37 years of age and became the youngest ever Governor in the country. Swaraj Kaushal was a Member of Parliament in from 1998–2004. They have a daughter, Bansuri Swaraj who is a graduate from Oxford University and a Barrister at law from Inner Temple.

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