Story of 2 Rs. Coin that has become Modi’s election issue

Symbol of Christain Cross on the left side

Symbol of Christain Cross on the left side

Gujarat: Shri. Narendra Modi Said, "Congress is a pseudo-secular party. Look at the Rs 2 coin-it had a map of India earlier but now it has been replaced by a cross. Sonia (Sonia Gandhi), tell us why are you doing this…"

"I had gone to the Landmark book shop on Nungambakkam High Road Monday evening. When, I got a new 2 Rupee Coin minted in 2006 as loose change towards the balance that was payable to me, I was shell-shocked to note that on one side of this coin was the usual and familiar Ashokan Lion Capitol in miniature size (! ?) with the constitutionally approved and administratively established inscription of Sathyameva Jayathe (Truth Alone Triumphs) deliberately smudged/omitted with pseudo-secular sinister intentions. On the reverse of the same coin, I could clearly see the inscription of a Christian Cross which had replaced the map of India. I asked myself a highly saffronised and communal question: Are we living in a Catholic country like Italy or Spain or Portugal where Roman Catholicism is the religion of the State and the people?

Source: deshgujarat.com

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