Give an example to show that the indian government may go against religious laws to prevent discrimination

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The intervention of the state in the religious and social practices of particular religion may be aimed at eradicating certain social evils which are a stigma in the name of the present civilized society. For example, the practice of untouchability by the so called 'upper castes ' towards the 'low castes ' has been abolished because it is based on the discrimination and violates the fundamental rights. Similarly, personal laws based on religion can also be amended through state intervention if
they go against the principles of liberty, justice and equality. For example, right of inheritance in some communities has been amended

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2015-09-05T21:14:18+05:30
Indian government may go against religious laws to prevent discrimination. The intervention of the state in the religious and social practices of particular religion may be aimed at
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