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Art-13(4)-nothing in this constitution shall apply to any amendment of this
constitution made under art 368 . so art 368 is also a limitation on judiciary.

Art 245 * parliament may make any law for the territory of india and judiciary
is bound to respect that law.

Art 122-courts not to inquire into proceedings of parliament.

Emergency Provisions (352-359)- is also a restrictions upon the power of


judiciary. At the time of emergency the rights given under part iii can be
suspended.(except the right under art 20 n 21)

Judicial review of the proclamation under 356 is open to judicial review only on
some certain grounds (Rameshwar prashad v. UOI AIR 2006 SC 980)
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In US constitution art (vi)(clause 2) accepts the supremacy of the constitution
which is also called the supremacy clause says this constitution and the laws
of the US which shall be made in pursuance with there of .shall be the
supreme law of the land. Further it says that judges of the state shall be bound
there by .
þr.Ambedkar, best known as author of the constitution stated, while
delivering a speech in constitution assembly on 17th sep of 1949-in fact
the purpose of the constitution is not merely to create the organs of the
state but to limit their authority bcoz if no limitations was imposed upon
the authority of the organs, there will be complete tyranny and complete
oppression .

Constitution is the founding document and the preserver of the federal


system of India. So no document institution or authority is superior to it
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