CPI leader Binoy Viswam moves Supreme Court opposing Subramanian Swamy plea to delete "socialist" and "secular" from Preamble

The only intent of Swamy's petition is to enable a political party to seek votes in the name of religion, Viswam claimed.
Supreme Court, Binoy Viswam and Subramanian Swamy
Supreme Court, Binoy Viswam and Subramanian Swamy

Communist Party of India (CPI) leader and Rajya Sabha member Binoy Viswam has moved the Supreme Court opposing the petition filed by former Union Minister Subramanian Swamy to delete the words "socialist" and "secular" from the Preamble to the Indian Constitution.

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