AAP has continued its blizzard of attacks against Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his education qualifications. In the past Delhi CM Arvind kejriwal said less educated PM is dangerous for the country. He was also recently fined 25000 rupees for his RTI request demanding PM Modi’s degree. Now jailed AAP leader Manish Sisodia too has joined the chorus. He has written a letter from jail addressed to PM Modi. Echoing the statements of Arvind Kejriwal, Sisodia said, Having a “less educated” Prime Minister was “extremely dangerous” for the country. he sought to underline the need for India to have “an educated PM”. The BJP was quick to go on the offensive, accusing the AAP MLA of holding “only a diploma” himself and advising him to judge people on the basis of their maturity and wisdom instead of academic degrees. Attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the former Delhi education minister alleged that the PM neither understood science nor “the importance of education” even as he accused the BJP-led Centre of shutting down 60,000 government schools across the country over the last few years. “We are living in the 21st century today. New innovations in science and technology are taking place all over the world every day. The world is talking about Artificial Intelligence…given this, when I hear the PM say that dirty gas funnelled from a drain can be used to make tea or food, my heart sinks,” Sisodia, currently in judicial custody till April 17 following his arrest in the alleged Delhi excise policy scam, wrote. “Can this gas be used to make tea or food? No! He becomes the butt of jokes across the world and children in school and college make fun of him when he says that aircraft behind clouds cannot be detected by radar. Such comments of his are extremely dangerous for the country,” he added.
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