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How does judiciar
Judiciary plays an important role in the Indian federation which is as follows:
• The judicial system of our country works partially independent from the other branches such as legislative and executive. This assures the independence of the judiciary so that the decisions taken will not be unjust.
The judicial system is the final reviewer of the constitution so if any law passed by the Parliament is considered to be violating the principles of the constitution or disrupting the way constitution works than judiciary has the power remove or reject that particular law. This condition is also known as Judicial review.
Supreme Court of our country is the highest institution of providing justice. Also, the Supreme Court of the country passed a mechanism called Public Interest Litigation or PIL in the early 1980s so that citizens could demand Justice. Any individual on behalf of the victim or the person whose rights has been violated file a PIL in the High Court or the Supreme Court. The process is simplified and a letter or telegram could also serve as the appeal or PIL in the Supreme Court or the High Court.
All the courts in India are integrated with each other. They are connected to each other by the system called appellate. It means that the individual can approach the higher court if the judgments taken by the lower courts are not just.
The right to Constitutional remedies connects to the idea of judicial review because if the Judiciary thinks that the laws passed are violating the basic structure of the constitution then they have the power to change or alter it, which means changes made will be in accordance with the People’s needs and any person could approach the high court or supreme court to get access to justice, making it easier for them to get constitutional remedies.
All this shows the judiciary plays an important role in Indian federation by assuring the people of the country the right and just society.
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