An MLA from Rajasthan has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding removal of Mahatma Gandhi’s pictures from the Rs 500 and Rs 2000 notes.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, an MLA from Rajasthan (PM Narendra Modi) Wrote a letter to the people demanding removal of pictures of Mahatma Gandhi from the Rs 500 and Rs 2000 notes. Congress MLA has argued that they are being used in corruption. Drawing attention to corruption cases in Rajasthan, ruling party (Congress) MLA Bharat Singh Kundanpur (MLA Bharat Singh Kundanpur) It said that from January 2019 to December 31, 2020, 616 cases of corruption were registered, according to which an average of two cases were registered daily.Also Read – Rajasthan News: 56-year-old Kalyugi teacher jailed for 20 years for raping class 10th student
In a letter to Prime Minister Modi on October 2, the 152nd birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, he has requested to remove the picture of Mahatma Gandhi printed on the notes. The MLA from Sangod said that Mahatma Gandhi’s picture should be allowed only on Rs 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 and 200 notes, as they are largely used by poor people and Mahatma Gandhi spent his entire life. Worked only for the underprivileged. Also Read – UP: PM Modi will inaugurate Conference-cum-Expo in Lucknow tomorrow, will hand over houses to 75,000 people of the state
Kundanpur has said in the letter, ‘My advice is that only the picture of Mahatma Gandhi’s glasses can be kept on the notes of Rs 500 and Rs 2,000. Ashok Chakra can also be used in its place. Also Read – Gandhinagar Nagar Nigam Elections: PM Modi’s mother Heeraben casts her vote, voting continues
The Congress MLA said that in the last 7 and a half decades, corruption has spread all over the country. “Mahatma Gandhi is the epitome of truth and Gandhi’s picture is printed on Rs 500 and Rs 2,000 notes, which are commonly used for corruption and bribery,” he said. He said that high-value notes are also used in bars, which is insulting Gandhi.