[Solved] Judicial Legislation is antithetical to the doctrine of separation of powers as envisaged in the Indian Constitution. In this context justify the filing of large number of public interest petitions praying for issuing guidelines to executive authorities. (UPSC GS -2 Mains 2020)

The tenet of separation of powers conceives explicit powers given to the legislature, executive and the judiciary. It infers negligible obstruction by one organ in the working of another organ. This doctrine is one of the basic structures of the constitution. Various constitutional provisions like Article 50, 121, and 211, etc. embody the spirit of … Read more