An Accession to the Everlasting Tussle between Parliament and Judiciary: An Empirical Study on the 127th Constitutional Amendment Bill and a Critical Analysis on the Case DR. Laxmanroa Patil vs Chief Minister, Maharashtra

  • Sakshi Sahoo and Simran Sahoo
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  • Sakshi Sahoo

    Student at KIIT school of Law, India

  • Simran Sahoo

    Student at KIIT school of Law, India

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Abstract

India since the beginning has been a democratic state with well defined doctrine of separation of powers between the three bodies namely the legislature, the executive and the judiciary, and to keep a check on them the doctrine of rule of law also applies to the three bodies”. There has been very rare instances in the history, where a tussle has taken place between the authorities, and enactment of the “127th amendment bill” is one such instance. The paper enunciates the pre-requisite knowledge regarding the previous amendments along with the case analysis in depth where the conflict of interest arose. Subsequently, the paper has listed the analysis of the “127th amendement bill” and its impact on public employment along with the shortcomings as well.

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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 6, Page 511 - 520

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.112220

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