Satya, who says Bangladeshis immigrants cannot become CEO?
Satya, I don’t blame you for your stupid statement over the new Citizenship Amendment Act, especially so much of misinformation is floating around.
You said: “I think what is happening is sad. I think it is just bad. If anything I would love to see a Bangladeshi immigrant who comes to India and creates the next unicorn in India, or becomes the CEO of Infosys, that should be the aspiration.”
Satya, Satya Satya, even a CEO can fall into the trap and hardly understand things properly, which is a mystery.
Or, are you playing the plot?
Sir, nobody is stopping a legal Bangladeshi immigrant to become the next CEO in India. The worry is about illegal immigrants.
Where does CAA say that Pakistanis and Bangladeshis cannot immigrate to India? The act is all about giving citizenship to the persecuted Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Christians, Parsis and Buddhists minorities who came to India before 2015.
Sir, a Bangladeshi can enter India legally, seek and secure citizenship, create a unicorn, or become CEO of any company.
Haven’t you read Satya about Adnan Sami? If you haven’t, let me enlighten you. He was given citizenship by naturalization.
And, India is not a Dharamshala that we have to feed Bangladeshis who enter the country in the dark of the night and also multiply in numbers. India does not have that much money.
Satya, I have a suggestion. Why don’t you start employing illegal Bangladeshis and Rohingyas? Some of them may turn out to be great CEOs like you.
Now I have an advice for you. Please follow Virat Kohli. He said, don’t speak if you don’t know details.
And Satya, how about is an illegal Mexican becoming the next CEO of Microsoft? Try it. Probably, Donald Trump, the big daddy, would make you understand better than anyone else.