Gujarat High Court’s decision on PM Modi’s degree sparks debate on social media

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New Delhi (India), April 1, 2023: The Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal, has expressed his shock at the Gujarat High Court’s verdict, which has quashed a seven-year-old order of the Central Information Commission (CIC) asking for information on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s academic qualifications.

The court has also imposed a fine of Rs 25,000 on Kejriwal and asked him to deposit the amount within four weeks with the Gujarat State Legal Services Authority. Kejriwal has accused the prime minister of hiding information and increasing suspicion over his education. He has questioned why Gujarat University is not showing Modi’s degree if he had studied there.

Kejriwal has suggested that either Modi’s arrogance or his degree being fake could be the reasons why the university is not providing information. However, he has also stated that being illiterate is not a crime or sin, and poverty often hinders people from getting a formal education.

Kejriwal has stressed the importance of the prime minister’s education since he is the top manager of the country and takes many important decisions daily. He has accused the prime minister of blindly signing off on policies, like demonetization, that have caused suffering to the country.

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