Tirath Singh Rawat Net Worth, Family, Parents, Wife, Children & More

Tirath Singh Rawat Net Worth

Tirath Singh Rawat  is an Indian politician who is serving as 9th and current Chief Minister of Uttarakhand. Tirath Singh Rawat Net Worth is 1.04 CRORE in 2023.He was elected to the Lok Sabha, lower house of the Parliament of India fromGarhwal within the 2019 Indian general electionas member of the Bharatiya Janata Party and also former Minister of Education of Uttarakhand.

He was the party chief of Bharatiya Janata Party Uttarakhand from 9 February 2013 to 31 December 2015 and former member of Uttarakhand legislature from Chaubattakhal constituency from 2012 to 2017.

NameTirath Singh Rawat
Full Name Trivendra Singh Rawat
Born ( Age )9 April 1964 (age 56)
Birth PlaceSeeron, Pauri Garhwal district, Uttar Pradesh
Education Master’s degree in sociology and a Diploma holder in journalism
Marital StatusMarried
PartnerRashmi Tyagi Rawat
Children Two Daughters
FatherMr. Kalam Singh Rawat
MotherMrs. Gaura Devi
ProfessionPolitician ( Chief Minister Uttrakhand )
Political PartyBJP
Net Worth1.04 CRORE ( estimated )
Siblings NA
Social MedaiTirath Singh Rawat (@TIRATHSRAWAT)
Last Update2023
Tirath Singh Rawat Family

Tirath Singh Rawat Parents and Family

Tirath Singh Rawat was born on 9 April 1964 in village Sinro of Pauri Garhwal district, India. Born to a Rajput family of hill descent, his father was Mr. Kalam Singh Rawat, and mother Mrs. Gaura Devi.

Rawat, with a master’s degree in sociology and a diploma holder in journalism, entered active student politics and have become the organizational secretary of ABVP Uttarakhand unit and later national secretary of ABVP. He was also the president of the scholar union at Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University in 1992.

Tirath Singh Rawat Wife

Tirath Singh Rawat is a Married man.His wife name is Rashmi Tyagi. They have two daughters together.

Tirath Singh Rawat Net Worth

Tirath Singh Rawat has an estimated Net Worth 1.04 CRORE in 2023.

Tirath Singh Rawat Political Positions

2007 He was again elected as an MLA from Doiwala constituency.

2010 Trivendra was appointed as National Secretary of BJP.

2014 He was appointed as an Incharge of BJP, Jharkhand. He was also appointed as one of the members of “Namaami Gange” to clean Holy Ganga.

2017 He took oath as the 8th Chief Minister of Uttarakhand in March 2017 after BJP got a remarkable mandate of 57 out of 70 seats in the state assembly elections.

2021 Trivendra Singh Rawat resigned from the post of Uttarakhand chief minister on 9 March, 2021.

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Tirath Singh Rawat Controversy

Tirath Singh Rawat caused controversy when he stated that he was astonished to see a woman heading an NGO while wearing tattered jeans and was concerned about the example she was establishing for society. Priyanka Gandhi slammed Rawat for his sexist remarks and uploaded photographs of Narendra Modi and Nitin Gadkari wearing white shirts and khaki shorts (RSS uniform).

He remarked, “Today, ripped jeans are highly fashionable among women… Is it our culture?” According to him, children learn about culture through their parents. How will they learn culture if their parents wear tattered jeans? He queried. The contentious remark was made by the CM while addressing a toddler drug abuse session within the state.

Tirath Singh intimately described the attire of the woman who sat next to him on the journey. According to him, the woman described herself as an NGO worker and was travelling with her children. He asked, “You run an NGO, wear knee-ripped jeans, go about in society, and have children with you; what values will you teach?”

Rawat referred to ripped jeans as “kainchi wala sanskar” (scissor culture), claiming that it is taught that one cannot be considered wealthy without ripped pants and bare knees.

Later, #RippedJeansTwitter began trending on Twitter, and images inundated the microblogging site. While few identified the CM in their remarks, the majority indirectly criticised him by stating that “clothes do not define character” and “no one should be judged based on their appearance.”

Later, Rawat apologised for his inflammatory comments and emphasised that he has no issue with jeans. However, he reiterated his objections to ripped jeans, arguing that wearing them is “inappropriate.” Rawat has also stated that in the future, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be considered an avatar of Lord Rama and Krishna. He was condemned by leaders of the opposing party in Congress, who asserted that he was engaging in sycophancy with his words.