Views of SC on Religious Conversions
♦ SC – Under the Constitution, people have the right to believe in, practice and spread religion.
♦ Article 25: It gives the basic right to freely believe, practice and spread religion under the premise of public order, morality and health.
♦ Everyone is the ultimate judge of his/her chosen religion or life partner. The court cannot rule on a person’s religious beliefs or life partner’s choice. Religious beliefs are part of the basic right to privacy.
♦ The Constitutional Court’s decision earlier advocated maintaining the inviolability of the right to privacy, equating it with the right to life, dignity, and freedom.