Civics

Consider the following statements and choose the correct code:
a. The Supreme Court has the power to issue writs.
b. The Supreme Court protects the basic structure of the Constitution.
c. The High Courts do not possess the power to issue writs.


ANSWER

a, b and c


SOLUTION
Under Article 32 of Constitution of India the Supreme Court can issue writ only in case of violation of any of the fundamental rights contained in Part-III of the constitution, while the High Courts can issue writs not only in case of violation of fundamental rights but also in case of violation of any legal rights of the citizens provided that a writ is a proper remedy in such cases, according to well-established principles.
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