1. The Constitution of India has ensured independence of judiciary by:(i) protecting salaries and service conditions of judges. (ii) prohibiting the judges from carrying on practice in courts of law after retirement. (iii) providing Single judiciary. (iv) ensuring security of tenure of judges.?





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