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Our Judicial System Has a Supreme Court at Its Apex, Followed by the High Court and Other Subordinate Courts. in the Light of this Statement, Explain the Following: Any Three Types of Cases in Which the Supreme Court Exercises Its Original Jurisdiction. - ICSE Class 10 - History and Civics

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Our Judicial system has a Supreme Court at its Apex, followed by the High Court and other subordinate Courts. In the light of this statement, explain the following:

Any three types of cases in which the Supreme Court exercises its original jurisdiction.

Solution

Three types of cases in which the Supreme Court exercises its original jurisdiction:
(i) When any dispute emerges between the Government of India on one hand and one or more states on the other hand.
(ii) Any individual can directly approach the Supreme Court if any of his/her fundamental rights are denied or are taken away by the Government.
(iii) All cases where the interpretation of the Constitution is required can be directly filed in the Supreme Court.

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