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Tushar Gandhi Rubbishes Manoj Sinha’s Claim That Mahatma Didn’t Have A Single University Degree

Tushar Gandhi, Mahatma Gandhi's great-grandson, has refuted claims made by Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir Manoj Sinha that the Father of the Nation did not have a university degree, citing evidence that Gandhi did, in fact, have a law degree and other diplomas.

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Mahatma Gandhi’s great grandson Tushar Gandhi has rubbished Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir Manoj Sinha’s claim that the Father of the Nation did not have a single university degree. “M. K. Gandhi passed 2 Matrics 1 from Alfred High School Rajkot, 2nd it’s equivalent in London, British Matriculation. He acquired, by studying & passing exams a Law Degree from Inner Temple, a law College affiliated to London University & simultaneously got two diplomas one in Latin the other in French. Issued to educate the Deputy Governor of J&K,” Tushar Gandhi tweeted.

Sinha had spoken about Gandhiji’s educational qualifications while delivering a keynote address for Dr Ram Manohar Lohia Memorial Lecture at ITM Gwalior on Thursday. “Did you know that he did not have a single university degree or qualification. There are many of us who think that Mahatma Gandhi had a law degree. No, he did not. His only qualification was a high school diploma. He qualified to practice law. He did not have a law degree,” Sinha had said.

Slamming Sinha’s remarks, Tushar Gandhi tweeted, “I have dispatched a copy of Bapu’s Autobiography to Rajbhavan Jammu with the hope that if the Deputy Governor can read he will educate himself.” “I agree, Bapu did not hold a degree in Entire Law!” Tushar Gandhi tweeted.

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