(Reuters)
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Muslims in India's Assam state live in fear of being driven out of the country
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's nationalist party vowed in Assam state elections in 2016 to act against illegal Muslim immigrants from neighboring Bangladesh. Now many Muslims are petrified they will become stateless.
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