Harsimrat Kaur Badal and Home Minister Rajnath Singh at the former's residence | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
Harsimrat Kaur Badal and Home minister Rajnath Singh at the former's residence | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
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Union cabinet minister of Food Processing Harsimrat Kaur Badal threw a lunch at her residence in New Delhi for fellow parliamentarians on the first day of the budget session. The attendees included Union home minister Rajnath Singh, textile minister, Smriti Irani and other BJP leaders like Kirron Kher. Even NCP chief Sharad Pawar and his daughter Supriya Sule were seen at the event.

Union minister Rajnath Singh shares a word with Lok Sabha speaker Sumitra Mahajan | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
Union minister Rajnath Singh shares a word with Lok Sabha speaker Sumitra Mahajan | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
Union Textile minister Smriti Irani with Badal | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
Textile minister Smriti Irani with Badal | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
Irani shares a laugh with union minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
Irani and Badal indulge in the Indian version of merry-go-round | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
Smriti Irani, Supriya Sule, Kanimozhi, Anupriya Patel, Kirron Kher and Harsimrat kaur Badal at Badal's residence | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
Smriti Irani, Supriya Sule, Kanimozhi, Anupriya Patel, Kirron Kher and Harsimrat Kaur Badal at Badal’s residence | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
Smriti Irani at Badal's residence during lunch | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
Smriti Irani at Badal’s residence during lunch | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
Supriya Sule, Kanimozhi, Anupriya Patel and Harsimrat kaur Badal click a picture together | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
Supriya Sule, Kanimozhi, Anupriya Patel and Harsimrat Kaur Badal click a picture together | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
NCP president Sharad Pawar with his daughter Supriya Sule at the event | Praveen Jain/ThePrint
NCP president Sharad Pawar with his daughter Supriya Sule at the event | Praveen Jain/ThePrint

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  1. One of the senior NDA leader, former Union Minister and long term fellow Parliamentarian has passed away and they seem to be celebrating his demise.

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