Evolution of Law Relating Appointment of Judges in India: A Critical Analysis

Nishkarsh Garg and Rajat Garg
Amity University, Noida, India.

Volume III, Issue V, 2020

The Indian Constitution is a very active and brilliant structure under the branch of Sovereign, Socialist, Democratic Republic, Secular.Social Economic, Justice, and Political are the esteemed purpose to attain all the citizens by undeviatingly increasing its spread through the objectives but to giveaway, all of these to the people there should be no interference of religion, place of birth, sex, race, caste and socio-economic backgrounds, this can only be done by the Judiciary System of India.The architects of the Indian Constitution felt that there is a need for Independent Judicial systems in-country while drafting the constitution. Dr. B. R Ambedkar was the chairman of the drafting committee at that time, he insisted that the judicial system of the country should be independent to execute and also be capable by its very nature.