NEW DELHI: Renowned economist and Nobel laureate Amartya Sen has criticised the Centre's move on Kashmir. In an interview to a television channel, he said, as an Indian, we cannot be proud that despite all the achievements as a democratic country, we have lost our reputation. The government's decision was not only a majority rule but also said it was against equal rights for all people.
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I don't think there will be any solution in Jammu and Kashmir without democracy. The Jammu and Kashmir reorganisation bill had the support of several major opposition parties and top leaders. Even a section of the Congress has praised the abolition of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir.
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This means that Jammu and Kashmir will no longer have a constitution, flag and no penal code of its own. At the same time, the state will no longer have the right to decide who can buy land in the Valley and who cannot. On the issue of land being purchased by the people of other states in Jammu and Kashmir after the expiry of the status, Sen said that the people of Jammu and Kashmir should take a decision on the issue. He said, "It should be only with the Kashmiris because it is their land. He has also criticised the Kashmiri Natiao's Najjarbamadi.
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