UP’s richest woman MLA, there are more than a hundred weapons in the house; Learn

So far, seeing the results of the Bah seats, it can be said clearly that the family of Rani Pakshalika, fighting on the ticket of any party, will win.

Rani Pakshalika Singh is a BJP MLA from Bah near Agra in UP and is the queen of Bhadawar royal family. Pakshaalika Singh’s family was once with Mulayam Singh Yadav and Akhilesh Yadav. But during the 2017 UP assembly elections, she sided with Yogi Adityanath and in the 2017 Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, she was elected MLA from this seat for the first time.

This seat of the Bah assembly comes in the rugged of Chambal near Agra, that is why Pakshaalika Singh is also called the queen of the rugged. It is said that Bah is such a seat that no matter whoever the party contests, the victory belongs to the family of Rani Pakshaalika Singh. Presently Pakshalika is a BJP MLA from Bah Tehsil Assembly Constituency.

Richest MLA: MLA Pakshalika Singh had told the Election Commission in 2017 that she had assets worth about Rs 58 crore. Pakshalika, who was elected MLA in 2017, is the third richest MLA in the current assembly. No one has more property among women MLAs than them. In her election affidavit, Rani Pakshaalika Singh had told that she is the mistress of about Rs 58 crore. It has movable assets worth Rs 4 crore and immovable assets worth Rs 55 crore.

Over a hundred weapons: BJP MLA from Bah Rani Pakshalika Singh has a 22 bore NPB rifle, pistol and DBBL gun worth around Rs 50 lakh. According to the affidavit given in the 2012 assembly elections, the husband and wife have a total of 132 weapons. However, he did not disclose the weapons in the 2017 assembly elections. On the other hand, a 12 bore DBBL gun, a pistol, a carbine, 34 swords, 8 knives, 31 daggers and 53 knives are in the name of Raja Aridaman Singh, husband of Pakshaalika Singh.

History of Bah Seat: From the Bah seat where Rani Pakshalika Singh has become MLA, her husband Raja Mahendra Aridaman Singh has been MLA for 6 times. Aridaman Singh has been an MLA and a minister from the Samajwadi Party. Now he is also in BJP. Aridaman Singh continued to win elections from this seat from 1989 to 2017. Prior to this, his father-in-law Raja Mahendra Ripudaman Singh has also been MLA from Bah seat four times.

Pakshalika Singh’s father-in-law continued to win the election as an independent candidate from the Congress and as an independent. Pakshalika contested the 2012 assembly elections from the Samajwadi Party from Kheragarh (Agra) assembly seat but could not win. After this, she became MLA from Bah for the first time in 2017 on a BJP ticket.


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