Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi, has addressed a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi asking him to print images of Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi on banknotes for the sake of the nation’s economic growth.
The Delhi Chief Minister initially stated these things on Wednesday, two days after Diwali, and claimed that the inspiration for including these images came to him while celebrating the festival of lights. I’m not saying that this alone will help the economy.
Kejriwal claimed on Wednesday that the Indian economy was in bad shape and that it would take a lot of work and the “blessings of our gods and goddesses” to turn things around.
The ruling AAP in the nation’s capital has been under fire from both the BJP and the Congress for the suggestion. As Himachal Pradesh gets ready for state elections in which Arvind Kejriwal’s party is running, controversy has arisen.
All of our compatriots must put in a lot of effort, but we also need the gods’ blessings for our labours to be fruitful, Kejriwal wrote.Only with the convergence of sound policies, arduous effort, and divine favour would the nation advance.
When asked about claims that the Delhi CM was concentrating on votes with such utterances on Thursday, he said, “Then they (BJP) should do it. If they think claiming this will raise voter turnout, they put it into effect. They have control over the federal government. They ought to put this into effect and win votes.
On this issue, there has been a tremendous amount of support. Everyone wants this to be done right away, according to Kejriwal, who claimed that there is a great deal of enthusiasm among the populace.
Our efforts must be diligently pursued, but they must also be rewarded by the favour of the gods. The Delhi CM claimed in his letter that a trifecta of good policies, labour, and divine favour will lead our country toward development.
He said in the letter on Thursday that it is the desire of 130 crore Indians for Mahatma Gandhi’s image to appear on one side of currency notes and those of Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi to appear on the other.