Which Statement is Incorrect About Indian Secular State

According to the Indian Constitution, which one of the following statements is incorrect about Indian Secular State?

  1.  The State allows government institution to display and promote values specific to a particular religion
  2. The State is not strictly separate from religion but it does maintain principled distance from religion .
  3.  Indian State is not ruled by any specific religious group.
  4. The State does not enforce any particular religion nor takes away religious freedom of individuals.

 

Anurag Mishra Professor Asked on 27th September 2015 in Constitution of India.
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    The State allows government institution to display and promote values specific to a particular religion.

    According to the Indian Constitution, The State allows government institution to display and promote values specific to a particular religion, is incorrect about Indian Secular State. 

    India is not irreligious or anti-religion, it gives equal freedom for all religions. This State does not owe loyalty to any particular religion as suck. Indian is a secular state, that means there is no official religion. 

    Monis Rasool Professor Answered on 11th December 2015.
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