Dimapur, Nov. 15 (EMN): District Authorized Providers Authorities (DLSA) underneath the aegis of the Nagaland State Authorized Providers Authority (NSLSA) and path of Nationwide Authorized Providers Authority (NALSA) carried out the ‘Haq humara bhi to [email protected]’ in numerous districts of the state.
‘Haq humara bhi to [email protected]’ is a marketing campaign for offering primary authorized help to individuals confined in prisons and baby care establishments, an replace said. It’s a pan India marketing campaign for bridging the hole between the establishments and the underprivileged by spreading authorized consciousness and guaranteeing supply of authorized entitlements to eligible beneficiaries to commemorate the 75th yr of Independence. The campaigns culminated on November 13.
In Shamator district, Tsurito, para authorized volunteer (PLV), carried out door-to-door authorized consciousness marketing campaign and distributed pamphlets on social welfare and well being and household welfare schemes, RTE, Home Violence Act, Nationwide Meals Safety Act and authorized assist companies.
Tuensang DLSA additionally carried out authorized consciousness programme at Helipong village underneath Tuensang district. Chulongla, administrator of Sakhi–one cease centre, defined about welfare schemes and Antimangyang Chang, retainer lawyer, spoke on Lok Adalat, regulation referring to girls and baby, sufferer compensation, NALSA schemes and Village Council Act.
Cheliam Khiamniungan, DLSA secretary, highlighted about free authorized assist and companies offered by authorized service establishments. Door-to-door campaigns have been additionally carried out in Longkhim and Noklak.
Dimapur DLSA additionally carried out door-to-door marketing campaign in Dimapur, Niuland and Chümuokedima districts. The areas coated have been Sirhima village, Medziphema village and Doyapur village underneath Chumuokedima; Kuhoxu village in Niuland distric, and PWD colony, Sign colony, Rilan village, Senjum village underneath Dimapur district.
Wokha panel legal professionals and para authorized volunteers additionally carried out door-to-door consciousness on welfare legal guidelines and schemes, elementary rights and duties, free authorized assist and companies, rights and cures out there underneath numerous legal guidelines at Nyiro village and Yanthamo village.
Wokha DLSA officers additionally visited the District Jail in Wokha city and interacted with every prisoner.
Kiphire DLSA carried out consciousness programme at District Jail with the inmates, the place Bendangwati, retainer lawyer, spoke about rights and duties of the prisoners, whereas the panel lawyer spoke on elementary rights.
Kohima DLSA together with the panel legal professionals and para-legal volunteers apprised on the significance of the marketing campaign and interacted with the jail inmates. Altogether, 70 jail inmates comprising 60 UTP and 10 convicts have been imparted authorized consciousness and help.
Mon DLSA carried out the marketing campaign at Tanlao Ward in Mon city and gave authorized consciousness on Lok Adalat, Meals Safety Act, Well being and Household Welfare schemes, RTE, schemes underneath Social Welfare division and likewise distributed booklets and leaflets to the general public.
Zunheboto DLSA carried out consciousness marketing campaign in and round Zunheboto city and villages. The group led by Easter H Yepthomi, retainer lawyer, Inolito Okay Sumi, panel lawyer and Yeshika Ayemi, PLV, raised consciousness and distributed pamphlets and booklets.
Phek DLSA led by its secretary, Wokono Yhoshii, held a gathering with the sphere groups and mentioned on the varied actions undertaken.
Kohima DLSA visited remark residence the place the panel legal professionals and para-legal volunteers interacted with the employees and juveniles on totally different points. The juvenile have been knowledgeable about authorized companies authority and their authorized rights.
Longleng DLSA led by panel lawyer, P Monyei Phom, carried out consciousness campaigns in Longleng city, Yachem village, Alayong village and Lingtak village.
Mon DLSA led by retainer lawyer, Topha Angyen, and panel legal professionals, Angun, Mannon and Ngampa, together with PLV Athikho, visited the district jail and interacted with the inmates.