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Majid kachhi (law student)     03 August 2008

JUDICIAL ACCOUNTABILITY

In India there is parliamentary democracy with executive, a legislature and an judiciary.the executive is accountable to the legislature,the legislature is accountable to the  people by way of adult franchise.

                                  BUT TO WHOM JUDICIARY ACCOUNTABLE ???


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Gaurav Pandya (Advocate & Registered Trade Mark Attorney)     04 August 2008

Judiciary Function is independent and not accountable.


That doesnot come under paliament.

Vinay Chhikara (Legal Expert)     05 August 2008

Judiciary  is independent and free from all the things

smith sharma (lecturer)     06 August 2008

Hi,


Mr.majid,


judiciary is always independent n uncountable.Judiciary always free from any pressure.


Miss smith sharma{lawyer}


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