New surprise in the debate on the opening of the Parliament building! A special currency of Rs 75 is coming, said the Finance Ministry
Recently, the Reserve Bank of India has decided to remove the 2000 rupee notes from the market Meanwhile, the government made another announcement regarding the Indian currency on Thursday The Union Finance Ministry said that a special coin of Rs 75 will be launched on the occasion of the inauguration of the new Parliament building The 44 mm diameter coin will have the Ashoka pillar symbol on one side Below will be written ‘Satyamev Jayate’ The Ashoka pillar will have ‘Bharat’ in Devanagari script on the left and India in English on the right. The new Rs 75 coin will also have the ‘Rupee’ symbol, the symbol of Indian currency
The other side of the coin will have a picture of the new Parliament building The Union Finance Ministry said that ‘Parliament School’ will be written above the image in Devanagari and ‘Parliament Complex’ in English below.
According to the Ministry of Finance, the weight of this special coin of 75 rupees is 35 grams Made of 50% silver, 40% copper, 5% nickel and 5% zinc
This special coin will be unveiled on the day of the inauguration of the new Parliament building on Sunday, May 28
Incidentally, 60,000 workers have completed the construction of this new building in two years of hard labor, which is now ready for use. But before that, controversy arose around the inauguration ceremony Twenty opposition parties including Trinamool, Aam Aadmi Party, Congress, Left and Samajwadi Party have called for a boycott of the inauguration ceremony. The ruling group has also started a counter attack on the opposition The ruling BJP termed the decision to boycott the inauguration as an ‘insult to the country’s democratic principles and constitutional values’.