Are you kidding? Netizen disappointed with Arvind Kejriwal’s claim of putting Lord Ganesh’s picture on banknote will rescue Indian economy

The Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal left all the crackers behind on Diwali eve after sharing one hell of a cracking idea to rescue the Indian economy. Former Joint Commissioner of Income Tax in New Delhi, social activist turned full-time politician and Chief Minister of Delhi, Mr. Arvind Kejriwal urged the Central government to put the pictures of Hindu deities Lord Ganesh and goddess Laxmi on Indian currency, claiming the idea will bless the battering Indian economy.

Citing Indonesia’s example, which inscribed Lord Ganesha on the 20,000 rupiah note, Kejriwal confidently claimed, “If Indonesia can do it; choose Ganesh Ji, so can we… I will write to the centre tomorrow or the day after tomorrow to appeal for it. We need the almighty’s blessings apart from the efforts to settle the country’s economic condition.”

While the Delhi Chief minister makes gruelling attempts to stand out from BJP’s style of politics, it found itself in the mud as he made a surprising request to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Centre Government. Not just the AAP supremo but several AAP spokespersons comes out in the open to make a tough attempt to defend their leader’s illogical claim.

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While BJP was quite obvious to criticise the Aam Aadmi Party, many renowned journalists and figures didn’t shy away from expressing their shock over such claims from the party leader who once vowed to bring a new style of politics to the country. Check out the reactions from different walks of society over Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s insensitive and not-so-logical idea of resolving the Indian economy.

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