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An Introduction To Delegated Legislation

Pratyush Ranjan Samal & Pratikhya Mohanty, KIIT School Of Law


The four pillars of Indian democracy which ensure the smooth functioning of Indian democracy are the legislature, the executive, the judiciary and the press. The Constitution of India give them enough power but restrict them to not interfere in the matter of one another. According to the constitution of India, the legislature have legislative power and the executive excel in having the powers to execute the laws made by the legislature, likewise, the judiciary has its own power to dissolve the problems and issues among private individuals or private individuals and state or between different state and to deliver justice. In a welfare state legislature is multifunctional and it has various duties performed and it became very difficult for the legislature to take care and keep a check after every matter.


Indian Journal of Law and Legal Research

Abbreviation: IJLLR

ISSN: 2582-8878


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