Why has the Constitution created an independent Judiciary for India?
- The disputes which are not mutually resolved are referred to the Judiciary.
- The Court hears both the contesting parties and then looks into the entire matter.
- If it feels that there is any injustice, it passes its judgement accordingly, to level the fields. This has to be done impartially.
- To achieve this impartiality, the Constitution created an independent Judiciary for India.
- 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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