Lakshika Dagar, a 21-year-old woman from Ujjain, won the three-tier panchayat elections and was elected as Madhya Pradesh’s youngest Sarpanch (village chief). On the day before her birthday, Lakshika coincidentally became the youngest woman sarpanch in Madhya Pradesh.
An atmosphere of celebration was introduced to the village with the declaration of the election results. The Lakshika manifesto received a great deal of support from voters. Eight women from the hamlet had applied for the position of Sarpanch in the Chintaman Jawasia gramme panchayat. Among the contestants, Lakshika was the youngest.
Lakshika won by 487 votes over the other contenders. She is connected to radio jockey and journalism in Ujjain and has a postgraduate diploma in mass communication. “My goal was to work towards the village’s development after submitting the nomination paperwork. The manifesto made a commitment to address the village’s issues with drinking water, drainage, and street lighting. Additionally, the pledge to fulfil the benefit of a housing programme for the village’s homeless families will be kept “Chintaman Jawasia’s recently elected Sarpanch spoke to the media in this location.