A research paper by Mr. Swarnendu Chatterjee, Advocate-On-Record, Supreme Court of India and Advocate, L&L Partners, New Delhi.
The Indian judicial system is a ladder of justice. The Constitution has entrusted the Supreme Court and the High Courts with the important duty of exercising Judicial Review. Any legislation or executive action held to be arbitrary or unreasonable can be rendered void. The Constitution of India envisages an Independent judicial System, free from intervention from the other functionaries. This makes it imperative to maintain an Independent Judicial System in the Country. It is important to keep it free from all possible interventions to uphold the sovereign belief of people in the great institution.