In the case of concurrent list , why does the law made by the central government prevail against the state government Isnt the Central government forcing its opinion on the state government Why cannot the judiciary tackle this issue instead ?

It is not always happening because the state of repugnancy could arise are as follows:
1. That there is a clear and direct inconsistency between the Central Act and the State Act.
2. That such an inconsistency is absolutely irreconcilable.
3. That the inconsistency between the provisions of the two Acts is of such nature as to bring the two Acts into direct collision with each other and a situation is reached where it is impossible to obey the one without disobeying the other.

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