|A) Supreme Court||B) Parliament|
|C) Constitution||D) President|
The Judiciary is the guardian of fundamental Rights enumerated in Indian Constitution.
In a criminal case, the judge has the power to decide whether the accused's rights have been violated.
As with most disputes, the courts decide when a right has been violated. They then have the power to act in order.
Here the Supreme Court is tyhe Highest of the Judiciary in India.