Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday appealed to the people not to choose a prime minister who is just "Class 12 pass".He asked the masses to find someone "educated" for the job, as, he said, a "Class 12 pass" doesn't have an understanding of where he is putting his signature.
"Last time you made a Class 12-pass the prime minister of the country. Do not commit the mistake this time and find someone who is educated because a Class 12 pass (person) doesn't have the understanding where he is putting his signs," Mr Kejriwal said in the Opposition rally he is hosting in New Delhi.Mr Kejriwal's "Tanashahi Hatao, Loktantra Bachao" rally was attended by opposition leaders including Mamata Banerjee, Sharad Pawar and Chandrababu Naidu.
"I appeal to the citizens of India that they must choose wisely before they cast their votes in the upcoming elections. India has great potential for growth and it needs an educated PM to lead it. This country does not need an oppressor who will destroy democracy and constitution," Telugu Desam Party chief N Chandrababu Naidu tweeted supporting Arvind Kejriwal.
After the rally, opposition leaders met at Sharad Pawar's house in Delhi and tried to bring peace between the Congress and the AAP,who generally are at loggerheads with each other.