PM degree controversy became fuss! Sharad Pawar told the political issue then the LG of Delhi said – people are illiterate even after degree from IIT…

Sharad Pawar Statement on Adani PM Modi: Before the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, the controversy over Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s degree is in headlines. Almost every day, some or the other statement on the PM’s degree controversy comes to the fore from the Aam Aadmi Party. In the midst of all this, senior leader of the opposition and NCP chief Sharad Pawar has blown the lid off the issue. Sharad Pawar said on Sunday (April 9) itself that this is just a political issue. 
Sharad Pawar has already created a big case for the opposition parties by keeping his different opinion on the Gautam Adani issue. put to the side. At the same time, now the PM degree controversy, he said that today the issue is not that whose degree is what, but there are big issues in front of the country like inflation, unemployment, fighting in the name of caste and religion. Earlier, Pawar had also termed the Adani issue as futile.

In simple words, this issue raised by Arvind Kejriwal, the convenor of Aam Aadmi Party, does not seem to be getting much attention. Last month, after ‘Modi hatao, desh bachao’ by the Aam Aadmi Party, posters saying ‘Should India’s PM be educated’ were put up all over Delhi.

‘People remain illiterate despite IIT degree’ – LG of Delhi

PM Narendra Modi. On a question related to this matter, he said that I have heard this statement which was given by the Chief Minister (Arvind Kejriwal) in the Assembly some time ago. He said that ‘I would like to say that one should never be proud of his degree, because degrees are receipts for the expenses of education. Education is what shows your knowledge and your behavior. Indirectly targeting Kejriwal, he said that ‘in these few days I have seen what kind of behavior is happening. I can say that now it has also been proved that some people remain uneducated even after getting degree from IIT.’

AAP targets LG

This statement of the LG of Delhi created a stir in the Aam Aadmi Party. Shortly after, Saurabh Bhardwaj, a minister in the Kejriwal government, raised questions on the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi in a press conference. Bhardwaj said that it is very shameful for the LG to say that the degree is a receipt for spending money. Today, Delhi has IIT educated Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, for whose work LG Saheb is roaming in sewers and drains. Along with this, by issuing a press release, he is showing that he has got this work done.

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