Seema Sisodia is the wife of Manish Sisodia, an Indian politician and a former journalist. In 2015, Manish Sisodia became the first Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi. She is a former Indian IT professional.
Seema Sisodia was born on 23 November in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, India. Her zodiac sign is Sagittarius. She studied at Kasimpur High School. Later, she studied at Aligarh Muslim University in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, India. She worked at Tele Atlas. She is a homemaker.
Height (approx.): 5′ 4″
Hair Colour: Black
Eye Colour: Black
Seema Sisodia belongs to a Hindu family in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, India.
Parents & Siblings
There is not much information about her parents and siblings.
Husband & Children
On 31 October 1998, she got married to Manish Sisodia. The couple has a son named Meer Sisodia, who is studying abroad.
Seema Sisodia with Manish Sisodia and son, Meer Sisodia
Assets & Properties
- Residential Buildings: Rs 65,00,000
Note: The given estimates of movable and immovable assets are according to the year 2020. It excludes the assets owned by her husband and dependents (minor).
Seema Sisodia’s net worth for the financial year 2020 was estimated to be Rs. 67,61,209. It excludes the net worth of her husband and dependents (minors).
- Her husband, Manish Sisodia is a politician and a member of the political party AAP. She is also a supporter of AAP.
Seema Sisodia and Manish Sisodia promoting AAP
- In an interview, Seema Sisodia and Manish Sisodia revealed that the first film that they watched together was ‘Titanic’ (1997).
- In 2023, Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi and Punjab chief minister Bhagwant Mann visited Manish Sisodia’s home in Delhi to check up on his family members after Manish Sisodia was arrested by CBI for his alleged involvement in a liquor scam. In an interview, Arvind Kejriwal revealed that Manish Sisodia’s wife, Seema Sisodia, is suffering from multiple sclerosis, a chronic disease that affects the central nervous system including the central nervous system, which includes the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves. His son, Meer Sisodia, studies abroad. He said,
Manish ji’s wife is suffering from a serious illness — multiple sclerosis. In this disease, the brain’s control over the body gradually decreases. Manishji’s son studies abroad. She is alone now. I told her that Manish ji is a brave person and every Indian is proud of Manishji.”