India’s New Law – level 2
India’s government recently passed a law to give citizenship to religious minorities living in India except for Muslims. The law will let the groups become Indian citizens if they have lived in India for at least six years.
The law’s supporters say that the law protects these peoples and stops illegal immigration. The law’s critics say that the law does not follow India’s government and says that Muslims are less important.
Other critics say that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government has increased the tension between Hindus and Muslims in India. In August, 2 million Muslims could not be on a national list in Assam.
Difficult words: citizenship (the right to be a citizen or an official member of a country), minority (a small group of people where there are bigger groups of people that live near them), increase the tension (to make people feel uneasy or unhappy).
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