Deputy CM Diya Kumari Wears Precious Jewels but Lacks Home, Land, and Car.

Deputy CM Diya Kumari

Deputy CM Diya Kumari Wears Precious Jewels but Lacks Home, Land, and Car.-Diya Kumari, the deputy chief minister of Rajasthan, stated in her election declaration that she possesses a total of Rs 19.19 crore in assets. Diya Kumari has a strong affinity for jewels. His jewellery collection is valued at about 75 lakh rupees.

Rajasthan now has a new administration. Bhajan Lal Sharma became the 26th Chief Minister of the state on Friday when he was sworn in. He took an oath of office alongside Diya Kumari and Dr Prem Chand Bairwa, the two Deputy Chief Ministers in his government. With a net worth of about Rs 19 crore, Diya Kumari is the wealthiest of the three. According to information gleaned from the Deputy Chief Minister’s election affidavit, she apparently enjoys wearing pricey jewellery.

The value of Diya’s assets exceeds Rs 19 crore.
In her election affidavit, Deputy Chief Minister Diya Kumari disclosed total assets of Rs 19.19 crore. It’s interesting to note that despite having assets worth crores, Diya does not own any cars. Diya Kumari, the deputy chief minister, graduated from Parsons Art and Design School in London with a diploma in decorative painting in the fine arts. Everything that Diya owns is movable property. He is not a property owner. In other words, Diya’s affidavit states that she does not own a home or any land. Furthermore, he does not own any company establishments.

Diya Kumari’s salary in crores per year
Diya Kumari, the deputy chief minister, earns crores each year as well. According to Diya’s election papers, she made over Rs 2 crore in earnings in 2022–2023. According to Diya’s election affidavit, her total income for 2022–2023 was Rs 2,88,31,100. Nonetheless, their income has dropped from 2021–2022. He reported earning a total of Rs 3,19,73,240 in 2021–2022.

Diya enjoys wearing pricey jewels.
Diya Kumari, the deputy chief minister, adores jewels. In his election affidavit, he made reference to numerous jewellery items. His jewellery collection is valued at about 75 lakh rupees. In his affidavit, he also made reference to this jewellery.

Diya is wearing four gold chains.:


Diya owns a set of six gold and diamond pieces. It includes a ring, two bracelets, two earrings, and a necklace. It weighs 127 grammes in total. Its overall cost, according to him, is Rs 17.21 lakh. Diya is carrying four gold chains totaling 158.65 grammes in weight. Its overall cost, according to his quote, is Rs 4.82 lakh.

Six gold rings are also present.:


Six gold bangles adorn Diya. They weigh 185.47 grammes in total. The entire cost that he quoted was Rs 5.59 lakh. Six gold rings belong to the Deputy Chief Minister as well. They weigh 114.64 grammes in total. They cost Rs 3.46 lakh in total. The entire estimated value of the ten gold earrings, totaling 135.54 grammes, is Rs 4.39 lakh according to Dia’s election affidavit. There are six pieces in their set. It has a ring, two bangles, two earrings, and a gold chain. It is reportedly priced at Rs 3.79 lakh in total.

Value of a diamond set: Rs 11.65 lakh.


In addition, the Deputy Chief Minister has an 18-carat gold-set ruby diamond. This 97.2 kg set is reportedly priced at Rs 11.65 lakh in total. Comparably, there is another set of diamonds that weighs 135.35 grammes altogether. Its overall cost, according to him, is Rs 16 lakh. Diya has a set that is diamond, meena, and gold-studded. It weighs 95.8 grammes in total. Its price, according to him, is Rs 4.68 lakh.

Diya spent Rs 2.12 lakh for two pairs of earrings made of gold and diamonds. Two further gold-and-diamond earrings weigh 41.54 grammes. Its price, according to him, is Rs 1.65 lakh.

Seventy-five thousand in cash, thirteen bank accounts.


The Deputy Chief Minister declared in the declaration that he possesses Rs 75,600 in cash. Diya is the owner of eight bank accounts for savings. These accounts have a total deposit of Rs 1.48 crore. Diya currently has three bank accounts open in her name, with a combined balance of Rs 92.51 lakh. In addition, the Deputy Chief Minister provided details regarding two Rs 50,000 Fixed Deposit Receipts (FDR).

Mutual funds with a value of Rs 14.28 crore exist.


In addition, Diya has deposited shares, bonds, and debentures totaling Rs 15.52 crore. Just 28 of these mutual funds have a current value of Rs 14.28 crore. An insurance premium deposit of Rs 13.52 lakh is made concurrently.

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