Current sanctioned strength of the Supreme Court of India is __:

Current sanctioned strength of the Supreme Court of India is __:
[A]20
[B]25
[C]30
[D]31

31
The parliament of India has power to make laws, organizing jurisdiction and powers of supreme court. The number of judges can be increased or decreased by the parliament. There was a Provision in our constitution originally that there will be a CJ and 7 other judges. This number was raised to 10 in 1956, 13 in 1960, 17 in 1977, 25 in 1985. The present strength of the judges in the Supreme Court is 25, against the sanctioned strength of 31.

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