how has the indian constitution ensured the independence of the judiciary

The Indian Constitution has ensured the independence of the judiciary like in all modern democracies. Independence of judiciary ensures no influence or interference from government or the party in power. As per the Indian Constitution, the judges of the Supreme Court and the High Courts are appointed by the President of India. However, the President consults the Prime Minister and the Chief Justice of Supreme Court. Hence, the judiciary is independent of influences and intereference from the government.

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The Judiciary of India is an independent body and is separate from the Executive and Legislative bodies of the Indian Government. The judicial system of India is stratified into various levels. Part V, Chapter IV of the Indian Constitution deals with judiciary.

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