Pallavi Patel is an Indian politician who is the Vice President of Apna Dal (Kamerawadi). She entered into active politics in 2008.She grew up in Kanpur. Her father, Sonelal Patel, was the founder of Apna Dal. Her mother, Krishna Patel, became the chief of Apna Dal after the death of Sonelal Patel.Being a science student, Pallavi Patel holds a masters degree in biotechnology and a doctorate. She is one year elder to her sister Anupriya Patel.Her father and Apna Dal founder, Sonelal Paltel, died in a road accident on 17 October 2009 after which she entered into active politics. Her father was cremated following Buddhist rituals. After her fathers demise, her mother became the president, and her sister Anupriya Patel became the national secretary of Apna Dal. In 2014, her mother, Krishna Patel, declared Pallavi the vice president of Apna Dal, which was opposed by her sister Anupriya Patel. Later, the matter reached the Elections Commission of India, and in 2016, the party was bifurcated.After the 2017 Uttar Pradesh assembly election, she became the national president of Apna Dal (Kamerawadi).Pallavis husband, Pankaj Singh, is also an active member of Apna Dal (Kamerawadi). In 2019, her party had a coalition with the Indian National Congress, and her husband contested the Lok Sabha election from Phoolpur on a congress ticket; he received more than 32 thousand votes and was at number three position after the BJP and SP candidates.In 2021, she organized a padayatra for the empowerment of the Kamera community and spreading awareness among Kemra people to know their rights.During the 2022 Uttar Pradesh assembly election, Pallavi addressed a public rally near Jagdishpur mandi in Vishwanathganj, where she criticized her sister and Union Minister of State Anupriya Patel for deceiving her community for red beacon and power.In the 2022 Uttar Pradesh assembly election, she had a coalition with the Samajwadi Party, and she contested against Keshav Prasad Maurya from the Sirathu seat; she defeated UP Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya by 7,337 votes. News 18.