Civics

The Supreme Court is a court of record. This implies:
 I. It can punish for its contempt.
II. Its decisions are admitted as evidence and cannot be questioned in any court of law.
III. It has to keep a record of all the important cases that are conducted in India.
IV. Its decisions, once taken, are binding upon it


ANSWER

I and II


SOLUTION
 In Indian constitution article 129 make the Supreme Court the ‘court of record”. Article 129 says: Supreme Court to be a court of record.-The Supreme Court shall be a court of record and shall have all the powers of such a court including the power to punish for contempt of itself.
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