Nobel laureate Amartya Sen's big statement says 'Jay Shri Ram' is being used to beat people

Kolkata: Nobel laureate Amartya Sen has also reacted amid a scuffle over the slogan 'Jay Shri Ram' in West Bengal. "I have never heard the slogan 'Jay Shri Ram' before," he said in Kolkata on Friday. "At this point of time, it is being used to beat people," he added, adding, "I believe the slogan 'Jay Shri Ram' has nothing to do with Bengali culture.

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He said that ram Navami is celebrated more in Kolkata at present. I've never heard of it before. "I questioned my four-year-old granddaughter who is her favourite god," said Nobel laureate Amartya Sen in Kolkata. She replied, "Mother Durga. He said the importance of Maa Durga cannot be compared to Ram Navami."

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For the past several days, the BJP and Trinamool Congress workers have been deadlocked over the slogan of 'Jay Shri Ram' in West Bengal. It has become a big political debate. West Bengal CM and Trinamool Congress President Mamata Banerjee have also been criticised several times over the issue.

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