Can State compel citizens to be secular given the freedom of religion? Plea in SC seeks removal of "Socialist" & "Secular" from Constitution

The concepts of socialist and secular have been challenged as notions propagated by Karl Marx, "the pioneer of communist thought", which, the plea notes, has been disapproved by a large number of nations.
Can State compel citizens to be secular given the freedom of religion? Plea in SC seeks removal of "Socialist" & "Secular" from Constitution
Supreme Court lawyers reading Preamble to the Constitution of India back in January 2020, in the backdrop of CAA 2019 protests

A petition in the Supreme Court has called for striking down the words "socialist" and "secular" from the Constitution of India as it was a "political thought" to include them.

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