New Delhi: The Assam court issues a bailable warrant against the Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for asking Prime Minister Narendra Modi of his educational background on his Twitter account, speaking of which, the Congress on Tuesday asked why is he being so 'secretive' about his education and whether it's a crime to ask about the PMs education qualification.
Kejriwal summoned by Assam Court for questioning Education qualification of PM. Is it a crime?— digvijaya singh (@digvijaya_28) April 11, 2017
Talking to Twitter, Congress leader Digvijay Singh asked why the PM is so 'secretive' about his education. He said that it was proof that the former has lied to the whole nation about his education.
Don't People of India have a right to know educational qualification of their Prime Minister ? What is so secret about it ?— digvijaya singh (@digvijaya_28) April 11, 201
While, Kehjriwal landed into trouble after tweeting that "Modiji 12 pass hain. Uske baad hi detail farzi hai". (Modi has studied upto class 12. His degrees after that are fake).
The BJP leader Surya Rongphar filed a criminal deformation case in Assam stating that Kejriwal's comments are "baseless and misleading".
Last year, the Delhi University's registrar said that the Prime Minister's degree was authentic and that he "cleared the examination in 1979 and was awarded the degree in 1979."
Later, the Center also released copies of his bachelor's and master's degree issued by the Delhi University and Gujrat University, respectively.
While in response, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) alleged that the documents produced by the government were "forged" and that they contained "glaring discrepancies", including in name and year of its issue.