Right to worship cannot be eroded by secularism: Why Sanatana Dharma members have approached Supreme Court

The Supreme Court had earlier directed the Andhra Pradesh government to grant licences and leases for shops to non-Hindus as well.
Supreme Court of India
Supreme Court of India

Followers of the Hindu Sanatana Dharma have moved the Supreme Court seeking impleadment in a challenge to a 2015 Andhra Pradesh government order prohibiting non-Hindus from obtaining leases and licences for shops, malls and shopping complexes belonging to Hindu religious institutions.

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