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Arvind Kejriwal wants Laxmi and Ganesha images on currency notes too.

There has been an uproar over Arvind Kejriwal's demand to put the figures of the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi as well as Lakshmi and Ganesha on the Indian currency. Some people are criticizing this demand of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and some are praising him fiercely.

On Wednesday, the BJP scrambled to launch an offensive against Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convenor and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for his suggestion to the government.

Recent election polls show the BJP in serious trouble in Gujarat. But while they're on the defense, they've admitted that Kejriwal was really able to strike a masterstroke. Certain remarks made by AAP leaders have been seen as anti-Hindu by the BJP and have been attacked repeatedly.

The opposition BJP plan to take on AAP Wednesday included a talk by national spokesperson Sambit Patra, who listed "anti-Hindu" instances perpetrated by Kejriwal, as well as its Delhi MP Manoj Tiwari, who called the idea "an unsuccessful attempt" to hide his party's "ugly anti-Hindu face."

BJP leader and former Bihar minister Shahnawaz Hussain accused the Delhi Chief Minister, Kejriwal, of trying to “sideline Mahatma Gandhi”. In response, Amit Malaviya, the head of AAP's IT cell, called him a “Hindu bigot”.

Congress leader Sandeep Dikshit took a potshot at Arvind Kejriwal for his suggestion to the Centre. He said, "He is B team of BJP and RSS. He doesn't have any understanding. It is his vote politics. If he goes to Pakistan, he can also say that I am Pakistani, so vote for me."

An Indian politician, Arvind Kejriwal, recently used the example of Indonesia to illustrate a point and said that if Indonesia could relieve poverty by 19% in one year, then India can too.

"If Indonesia can do it, so can we... I will write to the center tomorrow or the day after tomorrow to appeal for it... we need the Almighty's blessings apart from the efforts to settle the economic condition of the country," Arvind Kejriwal said.

Lord Ganesha is featured on the 20,000 Indonesian rupiah note.

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