‘Perhaps It Is Fake…’ CM Arvind Kejriwal Hits Out At PM Modi After Court Ruling On Degree Certificate: Deets Inside!

Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi, has responded to the Gujarat High Court’s ruling that the PMO is not required to provide the degree and postgraduate degree certificate of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal suggested that perhaps “PM Modi’s degree is fake ” a day after the Gujarat High Court decided that the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) need not provide the degree and postgraduate degree certificate of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. 

Arvind Kejriwal questioned PM Modi’s schooling and some of his comments from earlier events during a media conference on Saturday. Relevantly, the Court also assessed Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi, charges of Rs 25,000 for his request for information regarding the PM’s degree certificate. Arvind Kejriwal quoted various statements made by PM Modi earlier: “There are several comments that PM Modi has made and which comes as a surprise to countrymen. 

Once he said one can make tea on the gas coming out of drains and on other occasions- he said that a plane can be saved from radar detection if it stays behind clouds.” According to the Delhi CM, scientists, students, and members of the Army have been shocked by the remarks. He continued by claiming that the Indian people were embarrassed as a result of the Prime Minister’s use of an obscure mathematical formula in Canada.

The CM stated when discussing the issue of climate change, “Once PM Modi was telling children that climate change is nothing. If the PM will say so, how will we be able to act on it? I could see children in the event smiling silently over his statement.” He stated that these occurrences cast doubt on our Prime Minister’s education. He insisted that he watched a video in which the prime minister admitted that he attended local schools and did not seek further education.

According to Arvind Kejriwal, lacking education is not a crime, and a lack of resources keeps many pupils from receiving a high-quality education. The Prime Minister must currently make hundreds of decisions in a single day, he maintained, so the nation needs someone with education. He claimed that if the PM is not educated, the officers around him will have an impact on him.

He used demonetisation as an example and stated, “Demonetisation shook the nation and took the country’s development ten years back. If the PM would have been educated, demonetisation would never have been implemented.”  Also, he discussed the Goods and Services Tax (GST). “GST was a brilliant concept but was not implemented properly, wreaking havoc in Indian markets. If we had an educated PM, the policy would have been implemented carefully.” He slammed the PM for how the three agriculture laws were passed and claimed that the Modi administration avoided having the measure up for discussion. He claimed that because an educated PM was not in charge, the laws were reversed.