New Delhi, Sept 15: Sushma Swaraj's daughter has been admitted to All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) as she suffered mild stroke.
Bansuri Kaushal, Sushma's daughter, was rushed to the hospital in Delhi on Thursday, Sept 10. 31-year-old Bansuri was under the supervision of MV Padma Srivastava of the department of neurology at the Cardio Neuro Tower of the hospital.
Speaking about her health condition, senior official was quoted as saying, "She had mildly slurred speech when brought in."
"Her condition is currently stable and we have run a series of tests to ensure that the patient's condition is well investigated," added the official.
Bansuri recently made headlines when Sushma's name had popped up during the controversy over Lalit Modi. Sushma, the External Affair Minister, was accused of helping Modi to obtain travel documents in Britain.
Modi, the former IPL chairperson, was under Enforcement Directorate (ED) scanner for his alleged involvement in financial impropriety in multi-billion dollar Indian Premier League (IPL).
Sushma's daughter Bansuri, who is a law graduate from Oxford University and a Barrister at Law from Inner Temple in UK, was one among the lawyers who had represented Modi between April 2012 and August 2014.