Man walks 200km to Supreme Court to prove he hasn’t converted

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PhD scholar Praveen Kumar s covering a distance of over 200km on foot to reach the apex court with a petition to “reclaim his honour” after his name figured, inaccurately, on a list of thousand people allegedly converted to Islam by two Delhi-based Muslim clerics.

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