Constitutional Laws Of India


A state’s constitution is its rulebook. It lays out the foundational principles that regulate the state. It defines the relationship between the state’s primary institutions, such as the executive, legislature, and judiciary, as well as their respective functions. It limits the exercise of power and outlines the rights and responsibilities of citizens. Constitutional law is merely one of the policies, legal procedures, and organizations that govern the behavior of the government and its citizens. Individual liberties are safeguarded by constitutional law, which also serves to keep the various branches of government in check. In general, the Constitution of a country seeks to establish its fundamental or basic or apex organs of government and administration, describe their structure, composition, powers, and principal functions, define their interrelationships, and regulate their relationship with the people, particularly the political relationship. Even with regard to these fundamental institutions, only the most fundamental norms are codified in the Constitution. Under the rubric of Constitutional Law, it is not appropriate to discuss any and all principles. It should be noted that the term “Constitutional law” is broader than the term “Constitution,” as it includes the “Constitution” as well as applicable statutory law, judicial decisions, and conventions.
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Dr. Mohammed Salim B. Khan, Dr. Kalpesh P. Vora, Dr. Shalini Chaturvedi, Dr. Shusneha Sarkar

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