Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi, appealed to Prime Minister Modi and the federal government on Wednesday to print images of Lord Ganesh and Goddess Lakshmi on new banknotes.
Our nation would prosper, according to Kejriwal, if our currency notes have images of Lakshmiji and Ganeshji.The Delhi CM stated that images of Lakshmiji and Ganeshaji might be printed alongside Mahatma Gandhi’s portrait on new banknotes.
“Our nation will prosper if there is a picture of Lakshmi-Ganesha on our money (notes). In a day or two, I’ll write the prime minister about this “said he.
He gave Indonesia as an illustration, a Muslim country with a Ganesha image on its currency.”Why can’t we if Indonesia can? The images can be reproduced on new (currency notes), “said he.
He lamented that the Indian economy was in poor form and claimed that because of the rupee’s decline against the US dollar, the nation was going through a difficult time. India’s foreign exchange reserves dropped by $4.5 billion from the previous week to a more than two-year low of $528.367 billion for the week ending on October 14.
According to figures from the RBI, the nation’s foreign exchange reserves were $532.868 billion in the previous week.”Everybody in India wants the country to be prosperous and wealthy. Large-scale openings of schools and hospitals are required “he added.
Kejriwal also emphasised that the people of the national capital would reject the BJP and that the Aam Aadmi Party was completely prepared for the elections for the Municipal Corporation of Delhi.
Additionally, he urged the BJP to name one successful project it had carried out in Gujarat, where it has held office for the past 27 years.