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What are the provisions that make independence of Supreme Court possible?

What are the provisions that make independence of Supreme Court possible?

Separate from executive: Constitution has guaranteed to keep a distinction between the Judiciary & the Executive in matters of public services.

Freedom to appoint its staff: Supreme Court has the right to appoint its own staff.

Ban on practice after retirement: Any judge of the Supreme Court is not allowed to practice in any court of law in India.

Expenditure on Judges of Supreme Court: The expenditure on Judges i.e. salaries, allowances & pensions are charged on the Consolidated Fund of India on which the executive has little control.

Security of Tenure: Any judge of the Supreme Court can’t be removed by any arbitrary manner. He can only be removed by the way in which the constitution has decided.
Way of Appointment: Judges of the Supreme Court are appointed by the President on the recommendation of members of the judiciary itself.

Fixed service allocation: Any condition of work cannot be changed after the appointment of judges which goes against the interest of the Judge.

Conduct of judges: The conduct of judges can’t be discussed by the Parliament or state legislature with respect to the conduct of judges.

Power to Punish for its contempt: Supreme Court can punish any person for its contempt.

Jurisdiction: Jurisdiction of Supreme Court can’t be decreased.