Subramanian Swamy was speaking to reporters after addressing a lecture series titled 'Swami Vivekananda Vyakhyanmala' (Photo Credit: PTI File)
BJP leader and Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy has come up with a unique idea to make Rupee stronger- inscribing the image of Goddess Lakshmi on the Indian currency notes. Swamy said that he was in favour of inscribing the image of Goddess Lakshmi on banknotes adding it could "improve the condition of the Indian currency".
Responding to a question about the picture of Lord Ganesha printed on the Indonesian currency, Swamy said, "Prime Minister Narendra Modi can answer this question. I am in favour (of this). Lord Ganesha removes obstacles. I rather say that a picture of Goddess Lakshmi (on currency notes) may improve the condition of Indian currency. Nobody should feel bad about this."
Swamy was speaking to reporters on Tuesday night after addressing a lecture series titled 'Swami Vivekananda Vyakhyanmala' in Madhya Pradesh's Khandwa district.
Swamy said there was nothing objectionable in the Citizenship (Amendment) Act.
"The Congress and Mahatma Gandhi had requested this (CAA). Manmohan Singh had also requested in Parliament in 2003. We did it. Now they are not accepting it saying that we did injustice to Pakistan's Muslims. What injustice was done? Pakistan's Muslims don't want to come, we can't force them," Swamy said.
Earlier, while delivering the lectures, Swamy said DNA of Muslims and Hindus is same like that of Brahmins and Dalits.