Protests against citizenship law in India take place until ban on public events in not introduced

“This is an internal problem, and we believe that in India, with its rule of law, these things can be resolved through the usual process. When you oppose the law, you can go to court. It is also what we expect”, – the French ambassador to India said.

Protests against amendments to the citizenship law started in December 2019 in various cities of India, protests against the law adopted in December 2019, which provides illegal immigrants who fled to India from religious persecution, the right to Indian citizenship. However, this law did not grant such a right to Muslim immigrants, which provoked protests from the Muslim community of India. In turn, this led to clashes between Muslims and Hindus, resulting in human casualties.


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