Tripura CM Deb takes a dig at Diana Hayden’s Miss World win, praises Ash


Tripura CM Biplab Deb is the one who had claimed that internet was present even during Mahabharat. Now the Minister has made another controversial statement on who is a quintessential Indian beauty among Diana Hayden and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. He was speaking at a design workshop in Agartala when he made a remark on the beauty pageant’s Indian winners. The minister was quoted saying, “Indian beauty should ideally look like Goddesses Lakshmi and Saraswati. Diana Hayden did not deserve to win the Miss World crown. Actually, it was part of a fixed plan which was hatched keeping in mind the interests of the international market. Aishwarya Rai’s victory was well deserved as she represents the quintessential Indian woman.”

Deb further added, “Indian women did not use cosmetics or shampoo. We washed our hair with ‘methi’ water to prevent hairfall and bathed with mud. Beauty contest organisers are international marketing mafia that tried to capture a market of 125 crore Indians with their move.” Commenting on Deb’s remark, media advisor Sanjay Mishra then clarified, “The chief minister made the remark on Diana Hayden in the context of how international cosmetic companies fix the outcome of beauty pageants to capture the market in a particular country. The chief minister was only trying to promote India’s own traditional ways.”

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