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New Delhi: Second AAP MLA gets notice over ‘fake’ degree

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In yet another embarrassment for the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), the Delhi high court has issued notices to its legislator Surender Singh on a petition filed by BJP leader Karan Singh Tanwar.

Tanwar has alleged that Singh gave false information with regard to his educational qualification in the election affidavit.

Tanwar has based his allegation on an RTI reply received from the Sikkim University which said that it did not had any record of a student named Surender Singh. “As per the academic record of the year 2014-15 and all the past academic year’s there is no student by the name Surender Singh…” the RTI reply of the Sikkim University read.

 

 

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