On Wednesday, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal scornfully attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a rally named “Tanashahi Hatao, Loktantra Bachao”, as he said people of the country had chosen a prime minister who was just “Class 12 pass”. Addressing to the gathering he requested them to find someone “educated” for the job, as, he said, a “Class 12 pass” doesn’t have an understanding of where he is putting his signature.
Mr. Kejriwal while interacting to the reporters said, “Last time you made a Class 12-pass the prime minister of the country. Do not commit the mistake this time and find someone who is educated because a Class 12 pass (person) doesn’t have the understanding where he is putting his signs.”
Arvind Kejriwal and his Aam Aadmi Party have always mocked at Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Delhi University degree for several times.
Telugu Desam Party chief N Chandrababu Naidu, who also attended Mr. Kejriwal’s rally, joined the AAP leader in demanding an “educated PM”.
Mr. Naidu tweeted, “I appeal to the citizens of India that they must choose wisely before they cast their votes in the upcoming elections. India has great potential for growth and it needs an educated PM to lead it. This country does not need an oppressor who will destroy democracy and constitution.”
The rally was attended by opposition leaders including Mamata Banerjee, Sharad Pawar and, Chandrababu Naidu.
At the end of the meeting, the parties met at Sharad Pawar’s house in Delhi. “We will have a pre-poll alliance to remove Modi. Pre-poll alliance so there is no difficulty afterward,” Ms. Banerjee said after the meeting. The opposition even accused PM Modi of making fake B.A degree. Delhi University was directed by the Chief Information Commissioner to check the records of 1978 passed BA students. According to the university Prime Minister also cleared the examination.

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