The Legislature's primary responsibility is to enact laws in India. The role of the Legislature forms the basis for the functioning of the Executive and the Judiciary. Due to this, it is at times given the first place amongst the three because without laws being enacted, there can neither be implementation more application of laws.
The powers of the Legislature in India are exercised by the Parliament. India has a bicameral legislature that comprises the President of India and the two houses, the Rajya Sabha (Council of States) and the Lok Sabha (House of the People). Explore the sections on each of the two houses to understand the functioning of the Legislature in further detail.