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Put PM's BA degree online: Kejri

NEW DELHI, May 6, 2016, DHNS
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. PTI file photo
Suggesting that there was a plan to destroy documents at the varsity, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday asked Delhi University vice chancellor to make Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s degree public by putting it online.

“For the past couple of days, a controversy is surrounding Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s degrees. The question arises that whether the PM has done BA from Delhi University or not?” Kejriwal said in a letter to the VC. The letter comes a day after AAP leaders Ashish Khetan, Ashutosh and Raghav Chadha alleged that the DU authorities turned them away, and told them to approach Prime Minister’s Office for further information on Modi’s degree.

“It is being said that the PM has not obtained any degree from the Delhi University. According to sources, Delhi University doesn’t have any record of his admission form, his marksheet and there is no mention of his degrees as well as his name doesn’t figure in any other record,” the letter said.

Kejriwal suggested that the PM’s MA degree was “fake”.

“It’s a serious matter as Gujarat University said that the PM has done MA from there. If the PM has not done BA, then how come he got admission in MA? This creates doubt that the PM’s MA degree is fake.” Kejriwal alleged that “efforts are being made to damage the documents” at Delhi University.

“According to an English daily, the PM’s degree is not safe. It creates a suspicion that ground is being prepared for an accident to happen with it,” he said.

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