National Legal Services Authority is holding awareness camps across Maharashtra through November 14 as part of pan-Indian legal awareness and awareness campaign

The Services Authority, under the auspices of the National Legal Services Authority, is organizing various camps and legal awareness programs across Maharashtra from October 2, 2021 to November 14, 2021 as part of the awareness and awareness campaign PAN India legal.

In response to this move, the District Legal Services Authority, Beed, held the Meg Legal Services Camp on Sunday in Chhatrapati Sambhaji Sankool, Beed.

Almost 5,000 people and beneficiaries were presented for the program. As a representative, 25 beneficiaries received the benefits in the auspicious hands of Judge UU Lalit who showed his empathy by withdrawing from the podium to deliver the benefits to beneficiaries with different abilities. Around 25,000 people and more visited 56 booths.

Judge Lalit, Executive Chairman of NALSA, presided over the function where Judges AA Sayed, Bombay High Court, Executive Chairman of Maharashtra Legal Services Authority, SS Shinde, Bombay High Court and District Guardian Judge Beed Smt. VV Kankanwadi was present as a special guest.

In his welcoming speech, Justice Shinde emphasized the importance of legal services and legal aid to the needy, which is the purpose of the Constitution. He added that as part of the PAN India campaign, the Maharashtra Legal Services Authority is running as many legal services and awareness camps all over Maharashtra and people in need benefit.

In his speech, Judge Sayed, Executive Chairman of MLSA, stressed the importance of the state legal service authorities in ensuring the equality of justice mandated by the Indian Constitution. He said the Pan-Indian Awareness Campaign is intended to spread legal awareness among the weaker section and other needy classes in society so that all can enjoy all the rights to which they are entitled.

In his presidential speech, Judge UU Lalit stressed the importance of the Pan-Indian outreach program. According to him, it is the duty of the judiciary to make known to the public the rights which it has under the various regimes, laws and in particular under the Constitution.

Judge Lalit praised government agencies in Beed for extending benefits to the needy and also praised all SLSAs for successfully organizing the National Lok Adalats and clearing record cases by all state authorities.

Senior District Judge HS Mahajan offered a vote of thanks.

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