Analysis of landmark judgment of constitutional law from 1950 to 1951
Author(s): Prushottam Kumar Das
Abstract: The judiciary has played an important role to achieve constitutionalism. Constitutionalism is a very important asset of any country because it governs the country. The country having a constitution does not mean that having constitutionalism. The researcher has taken five landmark judgments from the year 1951 to 1955 for the sake of analysis the main objective of the study is to analyze the judicial tread of the Supreme Court from 1951 to 1955 and another aim of this paper is to critically examine the need of judicial review in India. There should be a balance between all the organs of the government and there is a check and balance point on the legislature by the judiciary through the judicial review. The legislature cannot enact law by its fashion and desire because the legislature is also bound by the constitution. In India, check and balance points may disturb it completely depending upon the political power. Through this paper, various judgment has been analyzed and doctrinal method of research has been taken into the consideration.