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Judicial review in India does not extend to ___________________.


A
the advice that the Council of Ministers gives to the President
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B
the discretionary powers of the Governors
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C
the privileges enjoyed by Parliament members
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D
Any of the above
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Solution

The correct option is D Any of the above
The Supreme court has the power to check the constitutionality of the laws made by the legislature and actions taken by the administrative authority. It can declare such actions or laws unconstitutional if they are violative of the Constitution. The Power of judicial review does not extend to the advice given by council of ministers to the president and discretionary power of governor while acting in his sole discretion either in the appointment of chief minister or dissolution of the house of the state legislature and the Parliamentary Privileges given to the member of parliament.

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