Keeping the pot boiling on the issue of Prime Minister’s educational qualifications, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today said Delhi University was “refusing” to show records of Narendra Modi’s degree as he never graduated from it.
Kejriwal also promptly shared the copy of an RTI response on his engineering degree from IIT-Kharagpur, saying the authorities could immediately provide it as “I have a degree from there”.
He alleged that images of Modi’s degrees published by some newspapers were “forged”. “DU refuses to show records of PM’s degree. Why? My info- he did not do BA from DU,” Kejriwal tweeted.
“No records in DU related to his enrolment, his degree, his marksheets and convocation,” the Chief Minister said in another tweet, a week after the Central Information Commission directed DU and Gujarat University to search and provide information on Modi’s degrees.
Gujarat University had on Sunday said Modi had an MA degree and had scored 62.3 per cent as an external student of the varsity while DU is yet to share any information.
AAP has been attacking the Prime Minister over the issue ever since Kejriwal wrote a letter to Information Commissioner Sridhar Acharyulu demanding that the CIC order on disclosure of educational qualifications of Modi.