Civics

How does the Constitution ensure the neutrality and impartiality in the dispensation of justice by the Supreme Court?


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The Constitution ensures the neutrality and impartiality in the dispensation of justice by the Supreme Court in the following ways:
  • It provides for judicial independence or independence of the judiciary. This creates an environment where judges can make decisions or pass judgments freely without any pressure from the government or other powerful entities.
  • The Supreme Court is free to decide the service conditions of its employees as well as its working procedures. This keeps it free from the influence of any other outside agency.
  • Article 137 of the Constitution empowers the Supreme Court to review its own order or judgment with the intention to remove any error that might have unwittingly crept into it. This implies that the orders and judgments of the Supreme Court are binding on the entire judiciary system except for the Supreme Court itself. The Supreme Court holds the power to revise it. This is the Revisory Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court.
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