AAP leader Sanjay Singh said the letter from the varsity reasoned that Rs 10 pay order was not made in favour of the "Registrar of University of Delhi'".
"The Delhi University sent our RTI application back because pay order of Rs 10 was not addressed to the Registrar of University of Delhi or the Accounts Officer. For this the Delhi University spent Rs 17 on the Speed Post," Singh said.

"This reaffirms our doubts that Prime Minister's degree is forged and fake. In our last meeting with the Delhi University Vice-Chancellor, he had clearly said he was under pressure, which he later retracted," the AAP leader claimed.

He said the AAP leaders had filed two RTI applications on May 9, seeking details of Modi's degree. In one application, the AAP had asked two questions while in the other 14. The party will now file a fresh RTI application, Singh added.
The DU has already authenticated Prime Minister's degree. AAP has been accusing the varsity of not sharing PM Modi's degree details.


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