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Adi Saiva Sivachariyargal Nala Sangam vs. Government of Tamil Nadu and Another (2016) 2 SCC 725

Date : 16/12/2015

Category: Equality
It was held that religion incorporates the particular beliefs that a group of people subscribe to. The exclusion of some and inclusion of a particular segment of denomination appointment as Archakas would not violate Article 14, so long as the inclusion or exclusion is not based on caste, birth or any other constitutionally unaccepted parameter.

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