Plea in Karnataka High Court claims Wakf Act violative of Basic Structure of Constitution; Court seeks response from Centre, State

The plea filed by KS Subramanyan, a Bengaluru-based educationist contended that the law runs "contrary" to the secular principles of the Constitution as it intends to "promote a particular religion".

The Karnataka High Court has sought the response of the Central and State governments and the Waqf Board in a plea challenging the Constitutional validity of the Waqf Act, 1995.

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