Sisodia, former Delhi Deputy Chief Minister, writes to PM Narendra Modi: “An educated PM essential for the country to progress.”
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Manish Sisodia, the former Delhi Deputy Chief Minister who is currently in Tihar Jail due to a money laundering case related to the Delhi excise policy, wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Minister Narendra Modi, questioning the latter’s academic qualifications. In the letter, Sisodia took a jibe at PM Modi, stating that India needs an educated Prime Minister for the country to progress.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal shared a copy of Sisodia’s letter on Twitter and reiterated Sisodia’s concerns, stating that it is risky for the country to have an uneducated Prime Minister.
(P.C- Arvind Kejriwal’s Twitter)
Kejriwal further highlighted the importance of education and claimed that 60,000 schools have closed in the last few years. He emphasized the need for an educated Prime Minister for the progress of India. The Chief Minister’s tweet was in Hindi.
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