Former Miss World Diana Hayden hits back at Tripura CM Biplab Deb


We washed our hair with "methi" water to prevent hair fall and bathed using mud. Two days ago, he questioned beauty pageant shows and said that they are mostly fixed and controlled by marketing mafias. "But I do not understand the beauty of Diana Hayden", Deb, who became the chief minister last month, said. But the Chief Minister was all praises for Aishwarya Rai and said that she deserves to win the title, but said that he could not understand the crowning of Diana Hayden as Miss World.

Mr. Deb singled out Diana Hayden as an example to drive home his theory that Miss Universe and Miss World titles are conferred on India women as a strategy to conquer the market. "He tried to differentiate between Aishwarya Rai and Diana Hayden with a clear motive, but both of them were judged by those who, according to Deb, are global mafia".

"I am already devastated to see the status of women in our country right now with all that is happening around and then we have leaders like these who have no idea how to appreciate young talent and for those who are actually doing something for the nation and are the pride of India. They plan beforehand who will get the award and this is 100 per cent true", the politician claimed. Hayden won the Femina Miss India crown in 1997 and went on to win Miss World in the same year.

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However, Diana Hayden wasn't one to take things lying down. Biplab Kumar in a freaky claim added that it was because of "pre-fixed" plan that "whoever was going for Miss World Competition from India won".

Activist Kavita Krishnan termed his comments as "stupid, sexist and communal". "But I feel that a government is a government at the end of the day, irrespective of the size of territory it is in charge of", Deb said.

First he courted controversy by making extraordinarily insane comments that internet and satellite existed even during the Mahabharat period, which is a legendary narrative of the Kurukṣetra War, believed to have been fought somewhere in 8th and 9th century BC.