New Delhi: Amid a debate over Prime Minister's educational degrees, BJP today wrote to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal enclosing photocopies of the same to help clear his doubts on them.
BJP national Secretary Shrikant Sharma wrote a letter to Kejriwal enclosing photocopies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's BA and MA degrees and asking the Delhi Chief Minister to clear his 'confusion' on the issue.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley also said that Modi would stay with the then ABVP office bearer Naresh Gaud, who went on to become MLA several times from Delhi.
Later, Gaud told reporters that Modi stayed with him in 1974 when he had come to Delhi from Gujarat to take the DU examination.
"Kejriwal is lying cent per cent," Gaud said.
BJP earlier on Monday released copies of BA and MA degrees of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in response to Aam Aadmi Party's allegations questioning his degree from Delhi but AAP hit back saying the documents were "forged" and had "glaring discrepancies" in them.
In a bid to set at rest the row over the issue, BJP president Amit Shah and Jaitley jointly addressed a press conference where they released the graduation degree taken from Delhi University and the masters' degree from Gujarat University.
Published Date: May 09, 2016 21:31 PM | Updated Date: May 09, 2016 21:31 PM