25. Freedom of conscience and free profession, practice and propagation of religion
Subject to public order, morality and health and to the other provisions of this Part, all persons are equally entitled to freedom of conscience and the right freely to profess, practise and propagate religion
Most of us seem to forget the opening words of this F/R: SUBJECT TO PUBLIC ORDER, MORALITY AND HEALTH AND TO OTHER PROVISIONS OF THIS PART. While 'Public Order, Morality and Health' are disputable in definition 'Other Provisions' is not. Profession etc of Religion is subject to these conditions. Therefore, the new law apparently seeks to provide a means of controlling the false leaders - those who promise to get things done through supernatural powers claimed to be possessed by them. The real religious leaders do not make such claims; they don't need to. People flock to them not merely for their 'so-called' (quoting the Bill!) miracles but for the wisdom and power that seems to flow from them. Such leaders are not even to close to any of the terms of the new Bill. Hence the fears expressed are not quite justifiable.
Having said that, there is always the possibilities of misuse. A Police Inspector (Gr B or whatever) may act on the pressure of 'higher ups' who find a relgious leader inconvenient in his (the higher-up's) designs of the defrauding the public - a fact that is more commonly seen than those 'so-called miracles' of religioius men.