Every Indian has right to choose their own god: SC rejects ‘Parmatma’ PIL, imposes ₹1L fine1 min read . Updated: 05 Dec 2022, 05:41 PM IST
The fine will make people think at least four times before filing such PILs, Supreme Court judge said
India is a secular country and everyone has the right to follow their religion, the Supreme Court said on Monday while rejecting a petition that wanted all citizens to follow a particular sect of Hinduism - 'Parmatma'. The apex court also imposed an ₹one lakh fine on the petitioner claiming that in the future people will think before filing such a petition.
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