Basic Framework of Judicial System in India

The Judiciary in India has interpreted the laws very liberally so as to give the benefits of the laws to the poor and downtrodden sections of the society. The interpretation of the Directive Principles of States Policy and Fundamental Rights in the light / of humane Justice has so far been fairly encouraging. But the Judiciary has its own limitations in pronouncing the rights on disputed points much depends on the law, being given its concrete shape by the law enforcement, which ultimately has to be done by the Executive. People hope that the things will foster in doing full respect for human dignity so that the slavery, in whatever form, may ultimately whether away. This principle is the avowed object of the framework of Judicial System in India.

            The structure of the Indian Constitution was carefully framed so as to console, as it acquires the status of the best written constitution in the Democratic world. It was dedicated to the people of India. It was a dynamic organism, for maintenance of Rule of Law in the largest Democracy of the world. Our constitution is growing compendium, which has been meeting the challenges, posed by the contemporary problems from time to time. Which required amending the constitution for 94 times so far. In its volume us exercise to live up to the expectations of the people in each occasion.


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