Sticking to its charges despite BJP going public with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's degrees and marksheets, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Monday alleged that the documents produced by Amit Shah and Arun Jaitley were "forged", saying there were "glaring discrepancies" in them.
Addressing a press conference in New Delhi, AAP leader Ashutosh said Modi's name does not match in the BA marksheet and that of the MA degree and even claimed that there were discrepancies in the year of passing as well.
Earlier in the day, BJP chief Amit Shah and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley displayed Modi's degrees during a press conference and demanded an apology from Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal accusing him of defaming the Prime Minister.
"Nakal ke liye bhi akal ki jarurat hai (One needs brains even to copy)." said Ashutosh.
According to AAP, here are the five discrepancies in PM Modi's degrees which were publicly displayed by Jaitley & Shah:
- The BA marksheet is dated 1978 while the degree is of the year 1979.
The graduating year on PM's marksheet is different from the year on his degree certificate: AAP's Ashutosh pic.twitter.com/qIwDhhlb2C— NDTV (@ndtv) May 9, 2016
- His name in the BA marksheet is Narendra Kumar Damodardas Modi while in Masters degree, it is Narendra Damoderdas Modi.
- There were discrepancies in the PM's name even at the BA level with it being recorded as 'Narendra Kumar Damodardas Modi' in one of the marksheets while it was spelt as 'Narendra Damoderdas Modi' in the degree certificate.
- Two different Roll numbers on the BA mark-sheet & BA degree.
- Even in BA mark-sheets, his surname is spelt "Modi" in one case while it changes to "Mody" in another.
His MA degree says he had done his post-graduation in 'enture political science'. Is that even possible. There are lot of glaring discrepancies in his degrees and masters' degree," said Ashutosh. The AAP leader also said Modi had failed once while doing the BA degree.
"We have proved that the degrees are forged. Amit Shah, Arun Jaitley and Modi should apologise for this forgery which is a crime," Ashutosh added.