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  • Surendra Negi

    Extraordinary write-up. Thanks for providing so much information on Secularism.I would like to draw your attention to the fact despite secularism has been included in the Constitution of India,it has not been defined in the Constitution exclusively and explicitly under its definitions.Even the Supreme Court of India too has not defined it ,and it is still pending for want of appropriate constitution bench.Till it is done many misconception would prevail.

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