Civics

_____ acts as a custodian of our Constitution and protects our Fundamental Rights.


ANSWER

Supreme Court


SOLUTION
Supreme Court acts as a custodian of our Constitution and protects our Fundamental Rights. The Supreme Court is called the guardian of the Constitution as it protects the fundamental rights of citizens from being getting violated by any organ of the government.
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