Right to establish minority educational institutes not meant to ghettoise minorities: Supreme Court in AMU case

The Court said that it is permissible for such institutes to admit students from other religions communities too.
CJI Chandrachud and Justices Sanjiv Khanna, Surya Kant, JB Pardiwala, Dipankar Datta, Manoj Misra, and Satish Chandra Sharma
CJI Chandrachud and Justices Sanjiv Khanna, Surya Kant, JB Pardiwala, Dipankar Datta, Manoj Misra, and Satish Chandra Sharma

The Supreme Court on Thursday made it clear that the right of minorities to establish and administer educational institutes under Article 30 of the Constitution is not meant to ghettoise any religious community [Aligarh Muslim University Through its Registrar Faizan Mustafa v Naresh Agarwal and ors].

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