Violent protests rage in India for fourth day over citizenship law

Protesters hold placards during a protest against the Citizenship Amendment Bill, that seeks to give citizenship to religious minorities persecuted in neighbouring Muslim countries, in New Delhi, India, December 14, 2019. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi

KOLKATA/LUCKNOW (Reuters) – Demonstrators in eastern India set fire to more than a dozen buses and vandalised at least six railway stations on Saturday, as violent protests against a new citizenship law continued for a fourth straight day. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government says the new law will save religious minorities such as Hindus and […]

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