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Solution:Mahatma Gandhi stated that "religion can never be separated from politics". He did not mean any particular religion, such as Hinduism or Islam, but rather moral ideals and ethics derived from religion to govern politics. Faith in politics is not as bad as we would think. Each religion's ethical precepts may have a significant impact on politics. According to human rights organisations, religious minorities make up the majority of victims of communal violence in our nation. The government can take additional precautions to safeguard them. All religious family laws discriminate against women. The government can change rules to make them more egalitarian. These examples demonstrate a connection between religion and politics. As members of a religious community, people should be allowed to voice their needs, interests, and demands in politics. Thus, it is the role of those with political authority to regulate religious practices to prevent prejudice and oppression. These governmental actions are not immoral if they respect all religions equally.