Q. 64.3( 4 Votes )

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Answer :

● The constitution of India ensures secularism.


● In the Preamble of the constitution, it is clearly mentioned that India is a secular state.


● This means the state does not give any special status to a particular religion.


● All religions are considered to be equal.


● Any member of the government cannot discriminate the citizens of the country on the basis of religion.


● This also includes a no discrimination policy in the nature of employment and education.


● The constitution gives the people of the freedom to practice any religion and propagate it.


● It also restricts discrimination among the citizens of the country on the religious ground.


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