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What is meant by independence of judiciary? Give two examples to prove that indian judiciary is independent.
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Saumya Kshiti Raj Pal 8 months, 3 weeks ago

Independence of Judiciary means that the Judiciary can do its work without in the interference from any other organ of government it can even give verdicts again the government decide it has power of traditional review this allows it a judge whether the government is acting according to the constitution or not if the government passes a law that is against constitution the Judiciary candy clear at world all this me to ensure that the Judiciary can give justice impartial ly

Jai Hind Gamer 3 years, 6 months ago


Yogita Ingle 3 years, 8 months ago

Justice is possible only if the judiciary is independent, impartial and unbiased. The judiciary not only protect the rights of the citizens but also resolve various disputes arising out of civil cases, criminal cases and constitutional matters without any pressure from the executive or the legislature. Our constitution has various provision which make our judiciary independent and keeps it free from the influence of the legislature and the executive.

[Two examples are ÷]

(1) The judges are appointed on the basis of their qualification.

(2) The judges cannot be removed easily. There is a special procedure to remove them, called IMPEACHMENT.

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