Can a religious trust can be formed with object of benefiting only one particular religion and the ancillary business of trust can restrict other religion community to get the benefits of trust
Shashi Dhara 10 July 2022
Yes you can ,but it should not be against law or for illegal purpose.
kavksatyanarayana (subregistrar/supdt.(retired)) 10 July 2022
Yes. Without illegal purpose it may run with the same object.
Dr J C Vashista (Advocate) 11 July 2022
I concur expert's opinion and advise.
rakesh (NA) 11 July 2022
So there is nothing against right to equality if we restrict other religion community from getting benefitted from ancillary business of trust
G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.) 11 July 2022
For better understanding treat the trust as a family or group as the contributions are received from one community person. There is no question of spending amount within a family or community and equality claim can never step into such functions, once the internal rules state a specific purpose. In many states, Govt are helping a specific caste group and directly funding those Society/Associations and there was never a question of inequality as the objective of formation is to help a particular community.