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India: The State Has No Religion

A Poster by HRLN

by HRLN, 7 January 2008

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This poster throws light on the secular fabric of the Constitution of India. Besides shattering myths about minority communities it educates us on the Freedom Of Religion as guaranteed under Article 25 of the Constitution, various Acts such as The Places Of Worship (Special Provisions) Act Of 1991, relevant sections of the Indian Penal code and the word of the Constitution among other things for religious and educational institutions and on offences against religion. It is a useful resource for all those actively involved in the protection of rights of religious minorities and the secular nature of the state.

Human Rights Law Network, 2007

The State Has No Religion
2007 poster by HRLN