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"At least fourteen people have died in Indian protests country passed a controversial Citizenship Law on board a week ago. NPR's SUSHMITA product reports from Mumbai that the law grants fast-track citizenship to undocumented undocumented migrants from three nearby countries injuries. But not if they're muscle. Most of the deaths occurred in the northern Indian state of Turkish where protesters set a police station and fire and pelted security forces with stones and thousands of people are being detained in that state alone. Demonstrations are continuing across India despite prohibitory orders and Internet shutdowns in many places several lawmakers including allies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi are now criticizing law. Many of them had supported in parliament. The outcry over the law began the northeast India last week where people are opposed to bringing in new migrants protests quickly spread to the rest of the country where people are angry that the law excludes Muslims. They say it goes against India's secular values for NPR news anchor Schmead partook in Mumbai."