Removing word 'secular' from preamble of Constitution does not alter secular character of Constitution: Justice KM Joseph

You cannot eliminate secularism just by dipping your hand in the preamble and kicking that one word out, he underscored.
Justice KM Joseph
Justice KM Joseph

Indian Constitution envisages secularism as one of its basic features regardless of whether the word 'secularism' is explicitly mentioned in the preamble of the Constitution, former Supreme Court Justice KM Joseph said on Thursday.

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