Prime Minister to Address Inaugural Session of Distt Legal Services Authorities
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday, July 30, said he would address the inaugural session of the first meeting of District Legal Service Authorities from all India to be held at 10 a.m.
According to the Prime Minister’s Office, “The Prime Minister and District Legal Services authorities will discuss various issues relating to the justice system and maintaining justice for all.”
Taking to Twitter, the Prime Minister said: “At 10 a.m., the Prime Minister will address the First Meeting of District Legal Service Authorities of All India, which is taking place in Delhi. All DLSAs are participating to this platform to discuss various issues relating to the justice system and ensure justice for all”.
The National Legal Services Authority (NALSA) is organizing the first ever National Level Conference of District Legal Services Authorities (DLSA) from July 30-31 at Vigyan Bhawan, the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO).
To bring consistency and synchronization between DLSAs, the workshop will discuss the development of an integrated approach.
There are a total of 676 district legal service authorities in India. They are headed by a district judge who acts as the authority’s chairman. Through the DLSAs and state legal services authorities, various paralegals and outreach programs are implemented by NALSA.
By regulating the Lok Adalats held by NALSA, the DLSAs also help ease the burden on the courts.
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