1. Consider the following:1. Supreme Court's power to issue writs is narrower than that of High Courts. 2. a citizen is free to approach High Court or Supreme Court as he chooses, whenever his Fundamental Rights are violated. 3. The law declared by the Supreme Court is binding on all courts throughout India.?





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