Because the judiciary is the estate which make laws
So if judiciary is been influenced by anyone it makes the laws willing to them
So judiciary is independent
Mark as brainlist
Cause I'm a Dolphin who is evolving into a Coconut. After evolving into a coconut I'll evolve into a Retarded Coconut
It is vitally important in a democracy that individual judges and the judiciary as a whole are impartial and independent of all external pressure and of each other so that those who appear before them and the wider public can have confidence that their cases will be decided fairly and in accordance with law...
a free and fair election must minimally satisfy the following requirements:
1.transparency. each step of the election process should be easily understood and open to scrutiny by all stakeholders (voters, political parties, outside observers and others). all results should be independently verifiable and auditable.
privacy. the choices that each voter makes should remain private both during and after the election.
2.integrity. only eligible voters should be allowed to vote, and those votes must be protected from any alteration or exclusion.
3.affordability. the election process must be affordable to governments and its citizens in order to maintain sovereignty.
4.accessibility. all eligible voters, regardless of location, group or disability, should have reasonable and equal opportunity to cast their ballot.
about jammu & kashmir
article 370 embodied six special provisions for jammu and kashmir: it exempted the state from the complete applicability of the constitution of india. article 370 could be abrogated or amended only upon the recommendation of the state's constituent assembly.