He further stated that earlier also a copy of his grievances dated October 10,2011 alleging incomplete display of the state Emblem of India by the Indian Police Service, Para Military Forces, Indian Army and Ordnance Factories was received by Government of India, Ministry of Home Affairs on June 26, 2013 which was simply endorsed, after 20 months, to Ministry of Defence, Police-I and Police-II Division MHA to look into the matter on top priority basis and apprise the application accordingly.
While going through the acknowledgement letter the details of Emblem, it is mentioned as the Emblem consists of the profile of the Lion capital showing three Lions mounted on the abacus, with a Dharma Chakra in the centre, a bull on the right, a galloping horse on the left and outlines of Dharma Chakras on the extreme right and left, with the motto ”Satyameva Jayate” – written in Devanagari script – below the profile of the Lion Capital.
The MHA has however, admitted that the State Emblem of India is incomplete without the motto “Satyameva Jayate”- inscribed in Devanagari script, below the profile of the Lion Capital.
The Under Secretary to the Government of India, Pandey Pardeep Kumar has further confirmed that incomplete display of the State Emblem of India is a violation of the State Emblem of India (Prohibition of Improper Use) Act, 2005.
Incomplete use of SEI is attached.