In India,  the makes laws for us.

A. Government

B. Supreme Court

C. Parliament

D. Village Panchayat 



Answer by Student

So, the correct answer is (C): Parliament

Detailed Explanation by Teachoo


Let’s check all the options

  • Option (A) Government - Government is the system or group of people that governs a country or state. Government can be of different types, such as democracy, monarchy, dictatorship, etc. Government can implement and enforce laws, but it does not make laws for us. So, this is incorrect .

  • Option (B) Supreme Court - Supreme Court is the highest judicial authority in India. It interprets and applies the laws of the country and settles disputes between different parties. It can also strike down laws that are unconstitutional or violate fundamental rights. But it does not make laws for us. So, this is incorrect .

  • Option (C) Parliament - Parliament is the supreme legislative body of India. It consists of the President and two houses: the Lok Sabha (House of the People) and the Rajya Sabha (Council of States). It makes laws for the country on various subjects and matters. So, this is correct .

  • Option (D) Village Panchayat - Village Panchayat is the basic unit of local self-government in rural India. It consists of the elected representatives of the villagers who participate in decision making on local issues. It can make rules and regulations for the village, but it does not make laws for us. So, this is incorrect .

Thus, option (C) is correct

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