New Delhi: It is a tit for tat season this election. Everyone seems to be politically divided. If 200 odd Delhi teachers, in a scathing letter, criticised Prime Minister Modi for his 'Bhrashtachari no 1' comment against former PM Rajiv Gandhi, now 600 teachers have come forth and written a letter in support of him. Academicians of Delhi University and other Delhi based Universities like the JNU, GGSIPU, JMI have appealed to the general public and have asked them to vote for NDA.

In a statement, they have said, "India under Modi has taken bold decisions to strengthen our security in space through latest technology. No more India's response to terror and incursions is meek and weak. It is assertive, and the world respects that. Prompt return of our IAF hero Abhinandan, declaration of Masood Azhar as a global terrorist and the isolation of Pakistan after Balakot air strikes are examples of the diplomatic respect India has attained under Modiji."

I M Kapahy, N K Kakkar, R K Bhatia, Rakesh Pandey, A K Bhagi, VS Negi, Pradumn Kumar, Saloni Gupta and many others have joined the 'vote for Modi' bandwagon. This is coming close on the heels of another letter where Rajiv Gandhi was hailed as a statesman and eulogised.