The Role of Court and Rule of Law in Legislation

  • Nita Dave
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  • Nita Dave

    Student at Thakur Ramnarayan College of Law, Mumbai, India

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"The judiciary is more important than eyes in political development." India is the world's largest democracy. Democracy has three foundations: Law, order and administration. The effective functioning of democracy depends on these principles defined in the Constitution and functioning as independent institutions. The system of judicial review has been working satisfactorily since India's independence in 1947. In this country, justice may be delayed but never denied. Every person has the right to approach the courts whenever he feels that he has been deprived of his rights as a citizen of India. The whole process revealed that none of the country's top leaders could be called beyond doubt. In such circumstances, large and powerful lobbies are likely to work towards suppressing the processes of natural justice or discrediting the judiciary or the judicial process. Provisions are made to provide legal assistance to people who are too poor to pay for a lawyer. This ensures that everyone has access to justice. There is also concern that some interests may subvert justice through subtle changes. Many corrupt leaders, politicians and officials are still being tried on various charges. Many times, some bad content harms the judiciary and evades or delays justice, leading to absence of justice. Although there are laws for such cases in the country's justice system, victims are often unaware of these remedies. The judiciary continues to do its best despite the limitations. The law of the land should be allowed to prevail. This can only be done by strengthening the judiciary. The prompt and effective administration of justice must be guaranteed to everyone. There is no doubt that politicians and officials have failed in their duty to provide the people of this country with a clean, honest and acceptable government. Only judges can speak without fear or dislike. India will survive only if the judiciary survives. If Indian justice is closed, India will die. No power, no matter how great, should be allowed to get in the way of the judiciary. Honesty and honesty are the soul of this country. Justice is the only hope of this country.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 5, Page 892 - 899


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