Ashoka Stambh!【a new controversy of Indian politics 】

'Ashoka Stambha'! 'Ashoka Stambha'! 'Ashoka Stambha'! 'Ashoka Stambha'!

'Ashoka Stambha' is the most important issue in central politics at present. Because all political parties and common people are involved in this 'Ashoka Stambha' debate.
Controversy has resurfaced around this 'Stambha', founded by the Mauryan emperor Ashoka in 250 BC. The nature of the 'Ashoka Stambha' changed on June 11 at the initiative of the Rajyasabha and Loksabha, the holders of the Indian Constitution.   It was the official emblem of India in 1950. Organized by the Rajyasabha and the Loksabha, the event began with a recitation by the Prime Minister. Narendra Modi compared this day to a special day in heaven. 
The event was attended by Lok Sabha Deputy Speaker Om Birla, Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman Haribangsh, Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prallad Joshi, Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri and many other central leaders.
 Constructed entirely of bronze, this pillar weighs 9500 kg and stands 6.5 m high.A steel structure has also been constructed to laterally support this pillar. This 'Stambha' is part of the future Parliament building, which is the core of the Central Vista project and will set a precedent in history as an important sculpture by the Tata project. According to the central agency, the building construction project covering 13 acres will be completed by the month of October.

However, it is not an easy task to implement a project in a democratic country so quickly, whether the project is good or bad. According to the opposition party CPIM, the Prime Minister has created communalism by initiating the program through Pujopath. Such an incident is highly reprehensible! Opposition party Congress claimed that the central leadership could not do such a big job in the country without the participation of the opposition. According to them, no leader of the opposition was invited to the event.

Let's take a look at what any leadership is saying–

In the language of  Thomas Isaac,"No one has the right to desecrate national icons such as the Ashok Stambh. Modi has converted the lean, serene and graceful lions on the national emblem into scowling, muscular and menacing lions. True model of Hindutva transformation."
Mahua Moitra says,"Satyamev Jayate: Modiji’s New India Finally Has the Emblem It Deserves .P.S. It is in the Humour section hence Greek for troll army.Sorry! I meant the transition from Satyameva Jayate to Sanghimeva Jayate is complete.Let’s not involve lions.Truth be told, transition from Satyameva Jayate to Singhameva Jayate has long been completed in spirit."
In the words of Sreejith Panickar ,"Funny that those who've never had a good look at our national emblem are criticising the facial features of the lions in it. Relax & have a look at this official emblem as given in State Emblem of India (Prohibition of Improper Use) Act, 2005."

Satish Acharya have  post in Twitter—-

 Let's take a look at what any people is saying–

One person says,"The Buddhist Ashoka symbol was secular. It became communal, because a Hindu installed it."

In the language of Mahesh Singh Mumbari,"Ashoka's Lions to Liberandus."

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