The People’s Princess One of the two deputy chief ministers of Rajasthan is Diya Kumari.

Jaipur: In an attempt to pull off a third surprise, the Bhajanlal Sharma, a first-time MLA, was chosen chief minister of Rajasthan by the Bhajanlal Sharma-led Bhajan Party, which won the recent elections in the Hindi heartland states. Prem Chand Bairwa, a leader of the scheduled caste, and Diya Kumari, a leading candidate for chief minister, would serve as the state’s deputy chief ministers, according to the party.
Former Jaipur royal family member Diya Kumari, an MP from Rajsamand, was invited to run in the Assembly election from the Vidhyadhar Nagar seat. With more than 71,000 votes, she defeated Congressman Sitaram Agarwal.

Diya Kumari, the granddaughter of the last maharaja to rule the princely state of Jaipur, Man Singh II The “princess who walks on the streets” and the “daughter of Jaipur” made an appeal for votes. Her combination of royal lineage and a “relatable, down-to-earth persona” has made her a well-liked figure in Rajasthan.

Diya Kumari

The People’s Princess Kumari Diya 2013 saw Diya Kumari, one of two deputy chief ministers from Rajasthan, join the BJP.

Jaipur: In an attempt to pull off a third surprise, the Bhajanlal Sharma, a first-time MLA, was chosen chief minister of Rajasthan by the Bhajanlal Sharma-led Bhajan Party, which won the recent elections in the Hindi heartland states. Prem Chand Bairwa, a leader of the scheduled caste, and Diya Kumari, a leading candidate for chief minister, would serve as the state’s deputy chief ministers, according to the party.
Former Jaipur royal family member Diya Kumari, an MP from Rajsamand, was invited to run in the Assembly election from the Vidhyadhar Nagar seat. She won by more than 71,000 votes against Congressman Sitaram Agarwal. In her plea for votes, Diya Kumari invoked her status as a “princess who walks on the streets” and as the granddaughter of the last maharaja to rule the princely state of Jaipur, Man Singh II. Her combination of royal lineage and a “relatable, down-to-earth persona” has made her a well-liked figure in Rajasthan.

Diya Kumari has been victorious in all three of her elections after joining the BJP in 2013. In 2013, she was elected as an MLA from the Sawai Madhopur constituency. With one of the largest victory margins—5.5 lakh votes—she was elected as an MP from Rajsamand in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. She has recently emerged victorious in Vidhyadhar Nagar’s 2023 Assembly elections.

Diya Kumari

The 52-year-old presented a case for women’s empowerment, the environment, healthcare, and education during her campaign for the Assembly votes. She was chosen to join the National Tiger Conservation Authority of the government in 2019.

An MLA from the Dudu Assembly seat, which is close to Jaipur, is Prem Chand Bairwa. He defeated Babulal Nagar of the Congress by a margin of more than 35,000 votes on November 25.

With the appointment of a Brahmin as chief minister and Rajput and scheduled caste leaders as deputy chief ministers, Mr. Bairwa’s appointment is perceived as an attempt by the BJP to strike a balance between caste dynamics. The Bairwa community has historically supported the Congress, hence Prem Chand Bairwa’s nomination could to be a calculated action taken by the party in front of the Lok Sabha elections in 2024.

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