Namrata Konwar ,
Judicial Independence in India,
5 (3) IJLMH Page 1425 - 1429 (2022), DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.113188
India being the largest democratic country of the world has its various organs like Executive, legislative and the judiciary working is sync. Even though the executive is responsible to the legislature in the Indian form of parliamentary democracy, the judiciary is integrated and independent of the other organs. In Independence of Judiciary the judicial system is independent and exclusive without any restrain and interference from the other organs of the government, i.e. the executive and the legislature. It is an important pillar for the functioning of a healthy democracy where judges are able to perform their functions without any fear and favor.
In India an independent judiciary and rule of law holds much significance and has been upheld as basic feature of the constitution and cannot be abrogated by any constitutional amendments. Due to this feature the people of India has immense faith in the judicial system where their rights are being safeguarded.
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