A woman leader sitting in America made racial remarks amid the Sam Pitroda controversy


After Sam Pitroda's racial remarks, the Governor of New York City of America has also made racial remarks against black people. He has said that the black children living in the city do not even know what the word computer is. When the controversy over the statement escalated, he had to apologize.

Sam Pitroda and Kathy Hochul

Recently, controversy increased over a statement by Indian Overseas Congress Chairman Sam Pitroda. This controversy is being termed as a racial comment by Congress opponents. Now another similar case has come to light from the American city of New York. Where New York City Governor Kathy Hochul has made racial remarks by calling her 'black child'.

On Monday, a conference was being held in California to open the doors of technical jobs to disadvantaged communities. Speaking which New York Governor Kathy Hochul said, “Black children living in the inner city (Bronx) don't even know what the word computer is?”

Controversy overstatement

After his statement, he started being made fun of. Many people have called him bigotry. Apart from this, Bronx's Democrat Amanda Septimo has called his remarks harmful, wrong, and horrifying.

Had to apologize for the statement

After Kathy Hochul's statement, leaders and people have called her a fanatic. After the matter gained prominence, New York Governor Kathy Hochul apologized. Hochul said in his statement, “I spoke wrong and I regret it. Certainly, black kids in the Bronx don't know what a computer is, the problem is that they don't have the knowledge they need to get high-paying jobs in emerging technologies like AI.

Sam Pitroda's resignation accepted

After Sam Pitroda's racial remarks, there was strong opposition in India, after which he was removed from his post. Giving information about this on social media, Jairam Ramesh said, “Pitroda's resignation has been accepted by the Congress President.

Let us tell you that in an interview given to the English newspaper Statesman, Sam had compared the people of North India to whites, the people living in the East to Chinese, the people living in the West to Arabs, and the people living in South India to Africans. After which Congress distanced itself from his statement.

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