Rioting has been brought on by a new citizenship law that the Indian government says grants protection to persecuted religious minorities except Muslims, from neighboring countries.
Homeless survivors of last month's New Delhi riots now face an uncertain future in squalid camps as they wait for help. DW spoke with volunteers and people living in the camps.
As the smoke clears following the violent communal riots in New Delhi, stories have emerged of Muslim and Hindu neighbors helping each other as mobs vandalized their communities.
Families have been forced to leave their homes as clashes between Hindu and Muslim groups have turned deadly in the Indian capital. There have been reports of Hindu mobs targeting Muslim neighborhoods.
Thousands of riot police and paramilitaries were patrolling the affected neighborhoods. The unrest follows months of protests against a controversial citizenship law.
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