Without any reason the Delhi police have arrested Jitendra Singh Tomar, said AAP leader Sanjay Singh
GN Bureau | June 9, 2015
Even as war on division of power rages in Delhi between lieutenant governor Najeeb Jung and Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, the police on Tuesday arrested Delhi’s law minister Jitender Singh Tomar in connection with alleged fake degree case. It is a major embarrassment for the Aam Aadmi Party government.
Tomar has been facing charges that academic certificate he submitted while filing nomination for assembly polls held in February this year were fake.
The real issue is not technicalities of Tomar's arrest; that's for courts to decide. Issue here is govt's and party's refusal to come clean.— Yogendra Yadav (@_YogendraYadav) June 9, 2015
PB and I raised this question 4 months ago. If his degrees are genuine, why not make them public? Why hide behind court procedures?— Yogendra Yadav (@_YogendraYadav) June 9, 2015
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