Indian authorities said Friday they will ensure no citizen is “unduly harassed” as protests reverberate across the country against a controversial citizenship law. 

“Citizenship of India may be proved by giving any document relating to date of birth or place of birth or both. Such a list is likely to include a lot of common documents to ensure that no Indian citizen is unduly harassed or put to inconvenience,” an official account of the spokesperson of the Home Ministry tweeted on Friday evening.

The country is gripped under a wave of protests against the law which is seen

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