“Kirpan” is Part of Religious Belief; Merely Using It as a Weapon Doesn’t Make It a weapon: Supreme Court

While acquitting an accused of murder charges, the Supreme Court observed that kirpan, which members of a particular faith carry as part of a religious belief, could be used s a weapon of offence. Still, it does not Ipso facto make it a weapon. Background: The incident in question occurred in 1999. The appellant and

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