The Shifting Power Game Theory between Supreme Court & Parliament of India from 1950s to 1990s
Volume III, Issue III, 2020
This paper tries to analyze the pertaining situation existing between the Supreme Court and Parliament of Indian from 1950s to 1990s with the help of various case laws. Parliament, Executive and Judiciary are the three major indispensable branches of the state, with their own well-defined authority and spheres. Parliament of nation represents the branch of law formulation, the Executive is answerable for imposition of laws, and the Judiciary is decisive for the interpretation of the laws and statues as well as working as a mechanism for dispute resolution. Each of these branches acts as a check and balances over the powers of others. The drafted words of the Constitution is a valuable printed document for the whole nation, no doubt there may be some diverse in opinion which can also be regarded. For example, many human may consider Quran, Geeta, Bible as a valuable script, but while looking over the entirety of the nation in which we live that assures Rule of Law, moreover which is the regarded as the source of every citizens basic rights and if any human who believes in Rule of Law has to believe that the most important printed document for any nation is the Constitution. In this paper we will we examine about, how the relationship between Parliament and Judiciary have evolved from beginning in relation to Constitutional enactment and its interpretation by the Courts with relation to such written words along with we will also look upon the judgment of Keshvananda Bharati’s Case and will discuss about it’s future influence abovethe Constitution of India.
Keywords: Supreme Court, Parliament, Rule of Law, Constitution, Relationship, Check and Balance, Keshvananda Bharati Case.