The foundation of the democracy of the country is laid on three pillars primarily, legislative, executive and judiciary. It is extremely essential to take care of the fact the very spirit of these foundations is being preserved and safeguarded in the best interests of the people so as to facilitate the growth of the country and development of its citizens. In this respect, the first and foremost thing is to protect the basic rights of existence of each and every citizen and judiciary is something that plays a pivotal role in the process.
The presence and the importance of the judicial system in our country cannot be undermined in any condition. In a country like India where democracy is one of the defining features, it would be totally unconstitutional to imagine the negligence of basic rights of citizens. It is for this reason that we have a strong judicial system to protect our rights from being sabotaged.
Watchdogs of the constitution
The judicial system in our country acts as a symbolic representation of all what is stated in the preamble and the constitution of the country. Powers of varying degree have been vested in the hands of the judiciary so as to enable it to take the right decision. It is essential to have an established and distinguished judicial system in the country so that the political spirit of the country is not at all hampered. For this reason, the judicial system in the country plays such an important role as it enforces the political rights and provisions to give them a practical form.
The key to economic development
The establishment of a strong judicial system is also elemental to the economic development of the country. As we know, India is one of the developing nations and this means that it is quite vulnerable to any internal or external blow. The presence of a strong judicial system ensures that the spirit of justice and equality is very well reflected in the map of the country which increases the trust of the citizens as well as other stats of the world, causing a boost in the investment and income of the country, thus giving a lift to the economic progress of the country.
Thus, for rapid an overall development of the country and to ensure that the interests of all citizens are safeguarded properly, it is important to keep the judicial system intact.