Person above 18 years free to choose religion of his choice: Supreme Court refuses to entertain plea against "deceitful religious conversion"

Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman led bench during the hearing remarked that the plea by BJP leader Ashwini Upadhyay was a publicity interest litigation.
Supreme Court
Supreme Court

A person above the age of 18 years is free to choose a religion of his or her choice, the Supreme Court observed on Friday refusing to entertain a public interest litigation seeking directions to ban black magic, superstition and deceitful religious conversion.

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