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Delhi: 2 held for burning religious texts at India Gate

New Delhi: The police on Saturday arrested two people for burning sacred books at India Gate on August 15. They burnt copies of the Bible, the Geeta, the Quran, the Guru Granth Sahib and the Constitution.
The accused, during the investigation, cited their disbelief in the Constitution as the reason behind the move.Both the accused have been sent to judicial custody. 

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