The Forty-Third Amendment Act of 1977 was enacted by the Janata Government to nullify some distortions introduced by the 42nd Amendment Act of 1976. Further, it brought the following changes:
- Restored the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court and the high courts in respect of judicial review and issue of writs.
- Deprived the Parliament of its special powers to make laws to deal with anti-national activities.
To read more about the 42nd Amendment of the Indian Constitution, aspirants can check the linked article.