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‘What’s happening is sad’: Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on amended citizenship law

In the midst of continuous fights against the corrected citizenship law, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on Monday named the circumstance in the nation as "pitiful."


At an event in Manhattan on Monday , Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella spoke about India’s amended citizenship law under which non-Muslim refugees from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan will be given Indian citizenship.



"I think what's going on is dismal... It's simply bad...." he revealed to BuzzFeed manager in-boss Ben Smith at a Microsoft occasion in Manhattan. He further communicated how he would need to see a Bangladeshi settler become the following CEO of an Indian worldwide company.

"I couldn't want anything more than to see a Bangladeshi settler who comes to India and makes the following unicorn in India or turns into the following CEO of Infosys," he said.

Gotten some information about India's new Citizenship Act. "I think what's going on is miserable... It's simply bad.... I couldn't imagine anything better than to see a Bangladeshi outsider who comes to India and makes the following unicorn in India or turns into the following CEO of Infosys" cc @PranavDixit

— Ben Smith (@BuzzFeedBen) January 13, 2020

The Microsoft CEO later took to Twitter and said his desire is for an India where a foreigner can seek to establish a prosperous beginning up that advantages the Indian culture and economy.

"Each nation will and ought to characterize its outskirts, ensure national security and set movement arrangement as needs be. What's more, in majority rules systems, this is something that the individuals and their administrations will discuss and characterize inside those limits. I'm the formed by Indian legacy, experiencing childhood in a multicultural India and my foreigner involvement with the United States. My desire is for an India where a foreigner can try to establish a prosperous beginning up or lead a global partnership profiting Indian culture and the economy everywhere," he said in the announcement.

The Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) was passed by Parliament on December 11 a year ago and came into power on January 10.

The CAA is intended to encourage Indian citizenship for non-Muslim outcasts from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh who landed in India before December 31, 2014. The Opposition says the law is troublesome and biased in light of the fact that it makes religion a trial of citizenship. A few gatherings have additionally tested the sacred legitimacy of the law.

The decision BJP has demonstrated no tendency to move back the law and Union home clergyman has gone on record to state that the administration "won't move an inch" on the enactment. The BJP has additionally propelled an effort program to push its perspective on the law.

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