Lata Mangeshkar, Netaji Bose, other notable personalities must be on Indian currency, say Twitterati

Swarna SrikanthUpdated: Sunday, February 06, 2022, 05:40 PM IST
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Twitter users took to express their concerns over Indian currency notes, wanting to see other notable personalities apart Gandhiji on it. Commenting on the scenario, people stroke a comparison with other countries and they printed notes on how it bore portraits of various contributors.

"Every nation has it, images of greats on her currency; Darwin, Austen, Dickens, Faraday, Turner in the case of UK, for example. Only we have Mahatma Gandhi and no one else. Can't understand this stubbornness. We demand others - Raman, Dinkar, Bose, Netaji, Vivekananda. And Lata," wrote Anand Ranganathan.

Read tweet, here:

Earlier in January, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose's kin had penned a letter to PM Modi seeking him to approve the freedom fighter’s image on currency notes. This request was a suggestion made few days before Netaji’s 125th birthday.

However, several Twitter users have stormed the internet on this regard. Here's how they reacted, take a look:

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