Civics

The jurisdiction of Supreme Court of India may be anlarged by ____________.


ANSWER

Parliament by a law


SOLUTION
The Supreme Court the Apex Judicial organ of the Nation. Apart from the jurisdictions enumerated in the Constitution, the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court can be widened by the Parliament by making law in this regard. Article 138 of the Constitution deals with the power of the Parliament for granting extra jurisdiction to the Supreme Court by making law.
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