An FIR was registered against Divya Maderna on 17 June 2017 at Khinvasar police station in Nagaur district of Rajasthan on charges of cheating, dishonest delivery of property and forgery of valuable security. A case was registered against him under sections 420, 467, 471 and 120B of IPC.
• Humiliated the village head during the meeting
In 2019, a video of Divya Maderna went viral, in which she was seen asking the village sarpanch (head) Chandu Devi to sit on the floor among the locals instead of sitting on a chair. Divya visited Khetsar village of Osian near Jodhpur district on 16 March 2019 to appreciate and thank the local people of the village who voted for her during the 2018 assembly elections. During the meeting, Chandu Devi sat beside Divya on the chair, but Divya asked her to sit among the other locals and pointed towards the audience sitting on the floor. Chandu went quietly and sat down with the local people. Later, the villagers criticize Divya for insulting the sarpanch of their village, and they demand an apology from her. In an interview, when asked how she feels about MLA Divya’s behavior towards her, village sarpanch Chandu Devi replied
I am very disappointed with the treatment meted out to me by Maderna, I went to Maderna’s meeting on the request of the villagers and when the villagers wanted me to sit next to the MLA, I also sat on the stage.
Divya claimed in her defense that she had assumed Chandu Devi to be a resident of the village, and was unaware of the fact that Chandu Devi was the village sarpanch as she had covered her face with a veil. In an interview, Divya talked about the reason behind asking the sarpanch to sit on the floor and said,
I could not recognize him. I considered her to be an ordinary villager and thought that she had come to me with some complaint on the stage.
• Advised to get married
During a meeting in Osian, Nagaur MP Hanuman Beniwal made derogatory remarks on Divya Maderna’s father Mahipal Naderna,
and her grandfather, Parasram Maderna, and he also advised her to get married as she was getting old. Addressing the people in the meeting, Hanuman said,
Once becoming an MLA, she started considering herself as a leader. Leave my worries aside, I live by ending what I follow. Divya should leave the worry of development and get married, because marriage keeps the mind fine. Mahipal Maderna is no more, so we all should worry about it. I will also come to bless you for marriage.”
Hanuman was criticized by Divya’s supporters for passing on such a controversial statement about their marriage, and they protested against him by burning his effigy and raising slogans against him. In an interview, Hanuman in his defense replied,
I haven’t said anything wrong. Age is passing. Then you should get married.”
• Addressed “Rubber Stamp” to Congress Minister
Divya Maderna courted controversy during an assembly meeting in October 2022 when she addressed her own government’s water resources minister Mahesh Joshi as a “rubber stamp” like the one faced by residents in the desert region of Rajasthan. For not providing solutions to water problems. Execution of tap water connections and water resources. During the meeting, Divya said,
I am warning you (Joshi) that I have entered politics to serve the people and if you continue to bulldoze water schemes, I will run a public campaign against you. The desert minister and the principal secretary visit my areas, but I don’t know whether the minister (Joshi) understands the problem of the desert region.”
• Demonstrated against the Congress government
Congress MLA Divya Maderna protested against the Congress government on 11 September 2022, and she sat on a dharna for not treating the patient free of cost under the Chiranjeevi Swasthya Bima Yojana, a government scheme that offers cashless medical treatment of up to Rs. provides insurance. 5 lakh to the permanent residents of Rajasthan. The scheme was effective from 1 May 2021. On 7 September 2022, Jagdish Dudi, a resident of village Dhanariwala, had chest pain and was taken to Shri Ram Hospital, Jodhpur for treatment. Despite having a Chiranjeevi card, the hospital authorities demanded a payment of around Rs 3.5 lakh from the patient’s family member. When Divya was informed about the incident, she reached the hospital and spoke to the hospital authorities and doctors, but they were not given a proper solution after which Divya along with other supporters decided to stage a dharna outside the hospital premises. ,
• lashed out at the NSUI President for the defeat in the student union elections
In September 2022, the results of the student union elections of 17 universities in Rajasthan were declared, in which the state president of the Congress’ student wing, NSUI, Abhishek Choudhary, was defeated by a non-party candidate, Nirmal Choudhary. NSUI was not able to secure even a single chairperson’s post in any government university. Divya Maderna took to Twitter to criticize Abhishek and blamed the ruling Congress party for the defeat.
• Taunts Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot
Ashok Gehlot, who was appointed as the Chief Minister of Rajasthan in 2018, refused to contest for the post of Congress President in September 2022. On the announcement of her exit from the race for the post of Congress President, Divya Maderna took to Twitter and slammed Ashok for ruining her. Moments of pride Being a resident of Jodhpur, representing the state at the highest office of the Congress party. Reportedly, Divya passed on the remarks “Mutth bhar bazar ke lai dilli ki badshah ki kho di” (lost the kingdom of Delhi for a handful of millet) on Ashoka’s failure to become Congress president.
According to Divya, the whole situation happened due to apathy among the party members of Ashok Gehlot, who were Shanti Kumar Dhariwal, Mahesh Joshi and Dharmendra Rathod.
Divya advises Ashok to accept the high command’s decision by reminding him of the 1998 incident, when his grandfather Parasram Maderna was a major contender for the chief minister’s post of Rajasthan, but the high command appointed Ashok Gehlot as the chief. Minister, and Parasram accepted the decision without complaint.
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