Mahatma Gandhi | Controversial Statement From Jammu & Kashmir LG Manoj Sinha On ‘Father Of Nation’ He Said- Mahatma Gandhi Had No Title-Video


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New Delhi/Gwalior. Now Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir Manoj Sinha (LG Manoj Sinha) is seen getting into controversy regarding one of his statements. In fact, LG Manoj Sinha has claimed that Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the nation, did not have any educational qualifications. At the same time, congressional leaders and social media users have also given their strong reaction to the strange claim of him. This question has also been asked that Gandhiji did not have a degree so how did he fight cases in court?

Last Thursday, Manoj Sinha reportedly made this misleading statement while addressing the Ram Manohar Lohia lecture series in Gwalior. While explaining the importance of education for students, he also gave the example of Gandhiji. Here Sinha said that education is more important than title. Education is more important than title.

Along with this, LG Sinha further said in his speech that most people are under the misconception that Gandhiji had a law degree. The truth is that he had no title. Despite this, he too became the father of the nation. At the same time, his statement has created an uproar on social media.

Here, the media adviser to the MP Congress Chairman Kamal Nath, Piyush Babele, has criticized Manoj Sinha for this statement. Not only this, he also tweeted that Mahatma Gandhi was a qualified lawyer. Furthermore, he wrote that, in fact, all these efforts started from the moment when doubts began to be raised about the grade of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Minister Smriti Irani.

Report that Mahatma Gandhi graduated with a law degree in London. He enrolled at University College London in the year 1888. In 1891 he also completed his law studies.

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