More Than 200 Teachers Sign A Letter Condemning PM Modi’s Statement On Ex PM Rajiv Gandhi

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More than 200 Delhi University teachers have signed a letter condemning remarks made by Narendra Modi on the ex Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi.

“Narendra Modi has lowered the dignity of the office of the prime minister by making derogatory and untrue remarks about the late Rajiv Ji, who made the supreme sacrifice in the service of the nation,” the statement issued Monday night and signed by 207 teachers read.

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The statement has also been tweeted by Congress leader Sam Pitroda.

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“History records the deeds of the good and the noble, but rarely does it pay attention to the carping of lesser individuals,” it mentions.

“If our IT companies earn, each year, billions of dollars in foreign revenue it is because of the farsighted wisdom of Rajivji. If India is connected as a nation through the advances in the telecom sector it is because of the policies and actions of Rajivji,” the letter further said.

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The letter has also been signed by former DUTA President Aditya Narayan Misra, two DU executive council members, three DU academic council members, DUTA vice president, DUTA joint secretary and a member of DU’s finance committee.

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