India follows the theory of separation of powers, where a separate set of responsibilities and duties has been cast upon the State's organ. This theory is originally followed to bring out the maximum potential of the performer and avoid overlapping of work. Each organ has its own crucial role; with such an extensive amount of workload, there comes the need to delegate the work, which assists in improving the pace at which the work is performed and makes sure that there is no lacuna in the performance. This paper seeks to evaluate the extent of powers of the Parliament over the framing of laws of the land and the safeguards which they necessarily have to keep in mind while doing so. It also throws light upon the importance of the role of the Parliamentary Committee on Subordinate Legislation while accessing the viability and functionality of the same.
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