Awareness of Legal Protection in India

Rajesh Khatana, Dr. Sunita Gurjar


The concept of Rule of Law is that the state is governed, not by the ruler or the nominated representatives of the people but by the law. The Constitution of India intended for India to be a country governed by the rule of law. It provides that the constitution shall be the supreme power in the land and the legislative and the executive derive their authority from the constitution. The paper begins by providing an introduction to Dicey’s three pillars on what a Government must be based on and how the Indian Constitution fulfills these three requirements. Later, it discusses the theoretical and practical application of this rule of law in India.

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