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2) “It is unfortunate that the courts have become the arbiter of what constitutes true religion. This situation has arisen because the Indian state is the agent for the reform and management of Hinduism and its institutions.” Critically comment on the role being played by courts in deciding what constitutes true religion in India.

Topic:Structure, organization and functioning of the Judiciary

2) “It is unfortunate that the courts have become the arbiter of what constitutes true religion. This situation has arisen because the Indian state is the agent for the reform and management of Hinduism and its institutions.” Critically comment on the role being played by courts in deciding what constitutes true religion in India. (200 Words)

The Indian Express