Source: The Wall Street Journal
A new citizenship law undermines what made the country a relative success.
Protests against the Indian national government have roiled major cities for weeks. At the heart of the demonstrators’ anger is a law passed by Parliament last month that offers a preferential path to resettlement in India for six religious groups—Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, Parsees and Christians—who have fled neighboring Afghanistan, Bangladesh or Pakistan.
Of note: Afghanistan and Pakistan are Islamic republics where religious minorities face persecution. Bangladesh is also a Muslim-majority country, and Islam is enshrined…
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