Arvind Kejriwal questions Narendra Modi’s education, asks if PM understands economy during demonetisation ‘scandal’

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Updated: December 15, 2016 2:27:37 PM

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday took shots at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's educational degree and said that the people wanted to know the academic qualifications of the PM and if he understood the economy as the whole country was reeling under the demonetisation 'scandal'.

Arvind Kejriwal went on social networking site Twitter and claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was only a 12th pass in one of his retweets. (Reuters)Arvind Kejriwal went on social networking site Twitter and claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was only a 12th pass in one of his retweets. (Reuters)

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday took shots at Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s educational degree and said that the people wanted to know the academic qualifications of the PM and if he understood the economy as the whole country was reeling under the demonetisation ‘scandal’. Kejriwal said that PM Modi’s educational degree case’s hearing was in Gujarat today and hs lawyer Tushar Mehta asked for a stay on the disclosure of the degree. This is the second personal attack on the Prime Minister’s credentials in a matter of two days. Earlier yesterday, Rahul Gandhi had claimed to have some personal information about the PM Narendra Modi’s involvement in corruption.

Kejriwal went on social networking site Twitter and claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was only a 12th pass in one of his retweets. Kejriwal addressed a press conference and said that it was necessary that the truth about the Prime Minister’s degree was disclosed to the public as it was well within their fundamental rights. Kejriwal was of the opinion that the people believed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was not qualified enough to have taken the decision of demonetisation of currency notes without anybody’s consultation.

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Now that the situation had become worse and jeopardised the lives of people, the Pm was not being able to take nay action, Kejriwal added. Earlier yesterday, Kejriwal had said that the BJP and Congress were having a friendly match. He had pointed out that both the parties claim to have substantial information about each other but were not disclosing it. His statement had come after Congress VP Rahul AGndhi had claimed to have personal information on Narendra Modi being involved in corruption. Kejriwal had asked Gandhi to reveal the information in public if he wasn’t being allowed to speak in the parliament.

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