Maharashtra State BoardSSC (English Medium) 7th Standard
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Why has the Constitution created an independent Judiciary for India? - History and Civics

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Why has the Constitution created an independent Judiciary for India?

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Solution

  1. The disputes which are not mutually resolved are referred to the Judiciary.
  2. The Court hears both the contesting parties and then looks into the entire matter.
  3. If it feels that there is any injustice, it passes its judgement accordingly, to level the fields. This has to be done impartially.
  4. To achieve this impartiality, the Constitution created an independent Judiciary for India.
  5. The Constitution has made provisions like appointment of the judges by the President and not by the Government, to ensure that the independence of the judiciary is maintained.
Concept: An Independent Judiciary
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Balbharati History and Civics 7th Standard Maharashtra State Board
Chapter 2.3 Features of the Constitution
Exercise | Q 3.3 | Page 75
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