'I am an army veteran but was called a foreigner'
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'I am an Indian army veteran but was called a foreigner'

Mohammad Sanaullah served in the Indian army for 30 years, and he retired a decorated officer. But he spent 11 days in jail because he was declared a "foreigner" under a controversial new law.

He spoke to the BBC about his detention.

Video by Piyush Nagpal and Abhishek Madhukar

  • 20 Jun 2019
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