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Tuesday, 14 January 2020

What did Satya Nadella say on CAA, controversy over which? Now what has happened: the whole issue

What did Satya Nadella say on CAA, controversy over which?  Now what has happened: the whole issue
A statement by Microsoft's Indian-origin CEO Satya Nadella came out on Monday, in which she expressed her opinion on CAA.  There was a ruckus after the statement of Satya Nadella, many reactions came after which she also had to give clarification.

Controversy over Sathya Nadella's statement on CAA

 Many celebrities praised Microsoft CEO

 After the controversy, Satya Nadella released clarification

 Demonstrations have been going on in India for the last one month about the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).  From opposition parties to general protesters are protesting against the government on the streets and calling this law against the constitution, against the minorities.  Not only India but residents of Indian origin living all over the world are also affected by this law and are expressing their opinion.  A statement by Microsoft's Indian-origin CEO Satya Nadella came out on Monday, in which she expressed her opinion on CAA.

 There was a ruckus after the statement of Satya Nadella, many reactions came after which she also had to give clarification.  Understand the whole matter of what Satya Nadella said about CAA, what was the dispute and then what was their explanation.

 Speaking at a Microsoft event in Manhattan, he broke his silence when Satya Nadella was asked questions on the ongoing performance in India.  Buzzfeed Editor-in-Chief Ben Smith released the statement of Satya Nadella on his Twitter account.  Let us know that Satya Nadella is the first person in the Tech Field or Pravasi Bharatiya who has given a statement on this issue.

 Question asked by Sathya Nadella: There is a lot 
of pressure on the companies that deal with the government, I think that amidst the protests over the Citizenship Amendment Act in India, there will be increased concerns about that government (Government of India), that it  How are you using data?

What Satya Nadella replied: 'My childhood has been spent in India, where I grew up .. I am completely proud of the environment in which I grew up.  I think that is a place where we celebrate Diwali, Christmas together.  But I think that what is happening is getting worse ... especially for anyone who grew up there after seeing something else.  If I say, the two American things that we have seen is one technique and the other is its policy for migrants, due to which I have reached here.

 I think this is bad, but I want to see a Bangladeshi migrant who has come to India growing up or becoming the CEO of Infosys ... This should be the aspiration.  If I see what happened to me in America, I want to see it happening in India.
              Satya Nadella talks with Buzzfeed

 However, I am not saying that no country should do anything on its national security, border.  The government and people there will definitely think about it.  Because immigration is a big issue.  This is a big deal in Europe and India, but who deals with it .. what is migration ... who is a migrant and who is a group of minorities .. This is the sensitivity.

 It is on this issue that I think that Liberal Value should be applied… This is capitalism.  I think India has to think about market force and liberal value.  But the good thing is that India is a democracy, where people are discussing it.  There is nothing hidden here… There should be serious discussion on this.  But I am clear on what I used to stand on and what values ​​I am talking about. '

 Microsoft released after controversy

 When there was a dispute over this statement of Satya Nadella, a statement was issued by Microsoft, in which the meaning of Satya Nadella's statement was explained and the matter was clarified.  Statements issued by Microsoft.

 Microsoft  say

 'Every country has the right to decide its borders, national security and migrant policy.  In a democracy, the governments and the people of the country take their decision after talking on such issues.  I have grown up on the basis of Indian values… which was a multicultural India and my migratory experience in America has been like this.  My wish for India is that any migrant can come there and dream of leading a good start up, big company.  Which will benefit Indian society and economy '.

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