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How does the Constitution of India secure the rights of linguistic minorities?
  1. By including the term 'Secular' in the Preamble
  2. By granting the freedom of religion as a fundamental right
  3. By granting cultural and educational rights as fundamental rights
  4. By declaring Hindi in the Devanagiri script as the official language of the Union


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The correct option is C By granting cultural and educational rights as fundamental rights
Under the cultural and educational rights mentioned in Articles 29 and 30, linguistic minorities are provided with the right to preserve their distinct language, script or culture. Such minorities are also provided with the right to establish their own educational institutes. Members of minority communities cannot be denied admission to any educational institute maintained or funded by the state on grounds of religion, language, race, or caste.

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