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Sabarimala case: Supreme Court says it can refer questions of law to larger bench

IndiaTimes Monday, 10 February 2020
A bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde framed seven questions to be heard by a nine-judge Constitutional bench on issues relating to freedom of religion under the Constitution and faith. The seven questions framed by the bench include those on scope and ambit of religious freedom, and interplay between religious freedom and freedom of beliefs of religious denominations.
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