Civics

In whom are the powers of Judicial Review vested in India ?


ANSWER

The Supreme Court and all the High Courts


SOLUTION
The High Courts' power refers to matters falling with in the State jurisdiction. The Supreme Court can review both the State and Union legislative executive acts.
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