Islamic Banking II: Kerala HC Judgment in Subramanyam Swamy v. State of Kerala

Islamic Banking II: Kerala HC Judgment in Subramanyam Swamy v. State of Kerala

Kerala HC held that investment in a Sharia compliant non-banking financial company is a commercial venture not amounting to State promotion or maintenance of religion and is not a violation of the state’s commitment to secularism.

 

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