One Of Modi’s Biggest Successes Was Getting Gujarat Riots Case Quashed: Amartya Sen To The New Yorker

HuffPost India reports:
Nobel laureate Amartya Sen, in an interview published in The New Yorker , on Sunday said that one of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's biggest successes has been to "get the court" to acquit him in the 2002 Gujarat riots case. In the interview, Sen spoke to Isaac Chotiner about the current state of the Indian democracy, and how not all is lost yet. For the latest news and more, follow HuffPost India on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe to our newsletter.
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