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Question

In India, separation of judiciary from the executive is enjoined by

(a) the Preamble of the Constitution
(b) a Directive Principle of State Policy
(c) the Seventh Schedule
(d) the conventional practice

Answer:

B

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Explanation:

The separation of judiciary from the executive is enjoined by a Directive Principle of State Policy in the Indian Constitution. Directive Principles of State Policy are a set of guidelines and principles that are meant to guide the state in policymaking. Article 50 of the Indian Constitution specifically mentions the separation of the judiciary from the executive as one of the Directive Principles.

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