Constitution prevails over personal religious beliefs: Justice Rohinton Nariman

The former Supreme Court judge, who is also an ordained Parsi priest, was asked to what extent it would be right for a judge to bring his own religious beliefs while deciding a case.
Retired Justice Rohinton Nariman
Retired Justice Rohinton Nariman

If the Constitution says something that is in conflict with one's personal religious beliefs, the Constitution prevails, retired Supreme Court judge Justice Rohinton Nariman said at an event recently.

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