New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal asked the Central Information Commission (CIC) on Thursday why it was not making public the educational qualification of Prime Minister Narednra Modi.
In a letter to the CIC, Kejriwal said: “I have no problem if information related to me is made public. But I have come to know that you have refused to put the degrees of Modi in the public domain.”
On March 18, the CIC had asked the chief minister if information related to him could be made public.
“The people of this country want to know the truth. Why are you not releasing the documents related to Modi’s educational qualifications? This is wrong.”
The chief minister asked the central panel to show “courage” and make the documents public.
“I am okay with my information being made available to the public. But show some courage by doing the same for the prime minister.”