"Judiciary plays an important role in Indian federation." Prove the statement. Or In what ways is the judiciary important for Indian federalism?


(i) Judiciary with the supreme court at the apex is the sole interpreter of Indian federalism.
(ii) It plays a pivotal role in the implementation of constitutional provisions and procedures.
(iii) Judiciary administers both the union and state laws which are applicable to the cases coming up for adjudication.
(iv) The disputes about the division of powers are settled by the High courts and Supreme court.
Hence, judiciary is considered as the guardian of the Indian federalism.