Does swearing on a holy book make a mockery of religion like these Sikhs seem to claim and does courts have the right to implement it?

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Does swearing on a holy book make a mockery of religion like these Sikhs seem to claim and does courts have the right to implement it?
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/04/26/swearing-holy-book-makes-mockery-religion-sikh-leaders-say/

I don't agree with Sikhism but understand the mockery clause to swearing on the Holy book in court. I don't think courts should hold the right to mock a person for spiritual or religious beliefs and force them to adhere to their beliefs in their religious or spirituality that they feel is right.

Do you agree with these sikhs or not on this issue?

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Big mockery and courts have the right to
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Little mockery and courts have the right to
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No mockery and courts have the right to
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Big mockery and courts don't have the right to
Vote D
Little mockery and courts don't have the right to
Vote E
No mockery and courts don't have the right to
Vote F
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