In February, 53 people were killed amid protests against India’s new citizenship law. Here are the stories of the victims.

Beginning on February 23, Muslims in northeast Delhi were attacked by Hindu mobs, who went on a rampage for five days, killing dozens, burning houses, shops and mosques.
About a dozen Hindus were also killed in the violence.
The police were accused of either supporting Hindu mobs or looking the other way as the capital burned, while Prime Minister Narendra Modi held talks with US President Donald Trump barely 20km from the site of the violence.
Home Minister Amit Shah has rejected accusations of Delhi Police’s complicity in the violence and praised them for controlling it. More than 800 people have been arrested for the violence, while police continue to make arrests and investigate.