Indian and Bangladeshi enclave residents decide on citizenship as deadline nears
- In May, India and Bangladesh agreed to return enclaves within their respective borders to one another.
- More than 50,000 enclave residents must now choose which citizenship they would like to have by July 31st, which will determine whether they will have to move.
- Despite having officially been citizens of their country of national origin, the residents have effectively been stateless as they lack access to public services in their country of residence.
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