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Indian #NobelLaureate Slams Decision over occupied #Kashmir

Amartya Sen, Indian Economist and Nobel Prize laureate, criticized Modi’s choice to revocate the unique status of Occupied Kashmir, stating that India had “lost the prestige,” being the first non-Western nation in the world to embrace a democratic regime.

Sen said in an interview with Indian TV channel NDTV, as an Indian I’m not proud of the fact that India is losing a democratic country’s reputation on the grounds of action taken.

He stated that it should have been left for the Kashmiri citizens to decide to let non-Cashmiris purchase property in this area because’ it is their territory.’

In the case of the prevention of vicious demonstrations in the valley, she also criticizing lockdowns in the occupied region and the arrest of the Kashmiri rulers, calling it a’ colonial error.’

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