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23 Jul, 2013

Amartya Sen: As an Indian, I don’t want Modi as my PM – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Coming out strongly against Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi, Nobel laureate Amartya Sen on Monday said he does not want him to become India’s Prime Minister as he does not have secular credentials. The prominent economist also criticised Modi’s model of governance saying he did not approve of it.

“Yes, I don’t want him,” Sen told CNN-IBN in reply to a question on whether he wanted him as his Prime Minister. “As an Indian citizen I don’t want Modi as my PM … He has not done enough to make minorities feel safe,” he said.

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