Role Of Judiciary In Good Governance: Former CJI YK Sabharwal

Here is the pdf:

http://www.supremecourtofindia.nic.in/new_links/Good%20Governance.pdf

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3 Responses to “Role Of Judiciary In Good Governance: Former CJI YK Sabharwal”


  1. 1 Alla Rama Devi December 29, 2008 at 6:56 am

    India is a democratic secular soveriegn Republic with a federal system of government for the people, by the people, and of the people. The Executive, Legislature,and judiciary are the three organs of the government.The Executive executes the laws,legislature makes the laws and the Judiciary plays the vital role in adjudication, thereby keeping an eye as a check toolover the entire system of administration such that what ever laws are enacted by the legislature do not take away the fundamental rights bestowed upon the citizens by chapter III of the constitution or contravene the very basic structure of the constitution as well, envisaged in the preamble- the heartand soul of the Rule of Law.However as far as parliamentary supremacy is bestowed in the amending process yet the role of judiciary is vital in the governance as because Judicial review in order to challenge such amendments and consistency of the amended laws lies within the ambit of the judicial system and not either with the executive nor with the legislature.To the extent of inconsistency though laws could be amended by the legislature yet where the issue involves subject matter and the challenge as to its validity could be only through judicial review and if this power is taken off the power of the judicial system would be eroded.Catena of judgements way back to Golak nath and keshavanand Bharti and till to date reflect the role of the judiciary in the governance of the country.

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  2. 2 Alla Rama Devi March 24, 2009 at 11:43 am

    Dear Sir,

    Warm Regards,

    The good repute and fame that has been bestowed on me for my attempt on the aforesaid topic has startled me and i really feel proud and intend to put in some more efforts to elaborate the same .

    I once again thank you all for encouraging me and wish for some more topics on similiar issues to contemplate upon.

    Thanking You,
    ramadevi.alla@ yahoo.co.in

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  3. 3 Alla Rama Devi December 24, 2009 at 11:24 am

    ‘Justice without power is inefficient,Power without justice is tyranny….justice and power must,therefore be brought together,so that whatever just, may be powerful and whatever is powerful may be just.”

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