|The High Court enjoys the power|
|I. To issue writs for the enforcement of rights conferred on the citizens of India|
|II. To exercise superintendence over the working of Courts and Tribunals under its jurisdiction|
|III. To make general rules and prescribe forms regulating the practices and proceeding of Courts under its jurisdiction|
A) I, III
B) II, III
C) I, III
D) I, II, III
Correct Answer: D
Solution :[d] It is well-settled that the power of superintendence conferred on the High Court is administrative as well as judicial, and is capable of being invoked at the instance of any person aggrieved or may even be exercised suo motu. The paramount consideration behind vesting such wide power of superintendence in the High Court is paving the path of justice and removing any obstacles therein. The power under Article 227 is wider than the one conferred on the High Court by Article 226 in the sense that the power of superintendence is not subject to those technicalities of procedure or traditional fetters which are to be found in certiorari jurisdiction. Else the parameters invoking the exercise of power are almost similar.
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