On being crowned as Miss Trans Queen India 2020, she said, “This crown is not just a recognition of who I am but a promise that I will continue to put in my heart and soul in normalising the entire conversation around the LGBTQIA+ community and make it more acceptable. I aim to work towards pushing the proposal of including the ‘study about the transgender community’ in school curriculum so that by the time they grow up they don’t look down upon them, rather accept them as a part of their circle.”
Talking about the event, Founder and CEO of Miss Trans Queen India, Reena Rai said, “Every year we choose one queen out of all the remarkable talented and beautiful contestants we get on Miss Trans Queen India Pageant. This year too we had hoped to organize our show with the same thrill and chill but due to the coronavirus outbreak in the whole world, we had to drop off all the important errands and adapt social distancing and sanitisation."The pageant is organised by funds and donations received by Deepa Ardnareshwar Empowerment Foundation (DAEF); an NGO working to improve the lives of the Trans & Queer community of India.