Civics

With reference to our Judiciary, discuss the following:
Why is the judiciary kept independent of the control of the executive and the legislature?


SOLUTION

The judiciary is kept independent from the executive and the legislature so that in the matter of its judgements it is not influenced in any manner by these other two pillars of our democracy.

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