Suggest: "The king and the queen are considered evil."
Yes, or more generally spoken: Kings and queens are considered evil.
I think that’d be “Raja itu dan ratu inu dianggap jahat.”
You don't necessarily need the itu. But without "the", the English sentence sounds unnatural, or depending on the context, a bit pompous.
Or perhaps there are Englishes which don't double down on the the.
The English is ungrammatical
"are regarded as evil" ?