Volume : 3, Issue : 3, SEP 2019
JUDICIAL PERFORMANCES IN INDIA SOIL AFTER INDEPENDENCE
Dr. V. Solabuthisali
Under the Indian Constitution, the State is under the prime responsibility to ensure justice, liberty, equality and fraternity in the country. State is under the obligation to protect the individuals’ fundamental rights and implement the Directive Principles of State Policy. In order to restrain the State from escaping its responsibilities, the Indian Constitution has conferred inherent powers, of reviewing the State’s action, on the courts. In this context, the Indian judiciary has been considered as the guardian and protector of the Indian Constitution. Considering its constitutional duty, the Indian judiciary has played an active role, whenever required, in protecting the individuals’ fundamental rights against the State’s unjust, unreasonable and unfair actions/inactions.
Justice, Honesty, Activism, Distribution, Discharging Good Duties.
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