Three Wings of Indian Constitution

The Judiciary must keep a bird’s eye on Community Values to retain the relevance of the decisions to that Community. The Supreme Court in the country has become a shield to protect and enhance people’s rights as well as encourage a Human Rights culture. In pursuance of the Directive Principles, the legislature enacted a series of statutes like the “Zamindari Abolition Act, Land Reforms” etc. 

Secularism is one of the well-cherished values of Indian Constitution, having the background of great Tradition, Culture and Heritage. The Supreme Court reiterated that secularism is a part of the basic structure of our constitution, which cannot be disturbed. 

The concept of Secularism is that it is one facet of the right to equality and it is given a new thrust and a new dimension to the Secularism of India. Under the Constitution, the Three Wings namely, The Legislature, Executive and the Judiciary derive their respective powers from the constitution. Each one is independent of the other; one should not interfere with the powers and functions of the other. It is an excellent balance of power imbibed in our constitution. But Judicial Review over the law, made by the Parliament, is Permissible so long as the Legislature and Executive will not fail to perform or act arbitrarily or unreasonably towards the millions of needy people.


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