Which Among the Following Does Not Belong to the 'Right to Freedom of Religion'? - Legal Reasoning

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Which among the following does not belong to the 'right to freedom of religion'?

Options

  • Freedom from payment of taxes for promotion of any particular religion

  • Freedom from attending religious instruction or religious worship in certain educational institutions

  • Freedom of conscience and free profession, practice and propagation of religion

  • Freedom of speech and expression

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Solution

Freedom of speech and expression

Explanation:

The right of freedom of speech and expression is not part of freedom of religion.

Concept: Indian Constitution (Entrance Exams)
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2015-2016 (May) Set 1

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