‘Now you have proof…’ Mamta Banerjee gave the land documents to Amartya Sen, said – can’t bear any more humiliation
Amartya Sen Land Dispute: Mamata Banerjee met Amartya Sen at his residence on Monday evening. Along with this, he also handed over the documents of his land to an eminent economist (Economist Amartya Sen). The Chief Minister of West Bengal has also ordered Z plus security for the 89-year-old Nobel laureate.
- Mamta Banerjee has met Amartya Sen at his house.
- Mamta Banerjee has handed over the documents of her land to Amartya Sen.
- Z plus security has also been ordered for the Nobel laureate.
Kolkata. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee met Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen at his home in Santiniketan. Along with this, he also handed over the documents of his land to the eminent economist Amartya Sen. For which he has received many notices from Visva Bharati University. After this document, Sen can prove the ownership of his land.
According to NDTV, on Monday evening Mamata Banerjee was seen handing over the documents to Amartya Sen and announcing that her government would take legal action against Visva Bharati University. The university sent a letter to the renowned economist on January 24, alleging illegal occupation of his land. Earlier also similar notices were sent by the university to Amartya Sen.
Mamta Banerjee said, ‘I have come here to give these land records because I cannot tolerate this insult of Amartya Sen anymore. Enough is enough. What they are saying is completely wrong. The chief minister has also ordered Z-plus security for the 89-year-old Nobel laureate. He told Amartya Sen, ‘Now they cannot question you. It has been proved that this is your land.
The university claims that Ashutosh Sen, the father of the economist, was given a lease of 1.25 acres. But he had encroached upon 1.38 acres of land. Visva Bharati is a central university, which is headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi as Chancellor. The Mamata Banerjee government has accused Vice-Chancellor Vidyut Chakraborty of acting on the orders of the ruling BJP at the Center and saffronizing the university established by Rabindranath Tagore at Santiniketan. The Vice-Chancellor has also commented raising questions on the award of the Nobel Prize to Amartya Sen.