Every community has fundamental right to hold religious procession on roads without insulting sentiments of other religions: Madras High Court

The Court was hearing a plea against the conduct of Hindu festivals along certain stretches of government land on the ground that these areas were dominated by Muslims.
Every community has fundamental right to hold religious procession on roads without insulting sentiments of other religions: Madras High Court
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Religious fundamentalism has to be discouraged and permitting religious intolerance, be it from any religious group, will damage the secular character of India, the Madras High Court recently observed (Ramasamy Udayar v. The District Collector and ors).

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