ndia’s Supreme Court has said no person should be described as a terrorist and arrested simply "because he belongs to a minority community".
The court made the remarks while freeing 11 people who were charged with planning religious violence during a Hindu festival in Gujarat state.
The men were held under India’s tough anti-terrorist laws.
Police in India have been often criticised for using the laws to indiscriminately arrest people.
Many of them are eventually acquitted because of a lack of evidence against them. FULL http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-india-19739556