DLSA holds tele-law awareness camp

  • | Saturday | 18th November, 2023

Kanpur: District Legal Service Authority (DLSA) on Friday conducted a tele-law awareness and legal literacy camp where it eloborated on tele-law and how people could avail this facility .DLSA secretary Shubhi Gupta said, Tele law works on the latest technology of communication and information (call/video conference) system and aims to provide legal aid to the persons living in the rural areas of the state.The system offers those seeking legal assistance free and confidential registration of their complaint at the nearest Common Services Centre (CSC).Tele-law is an important initiative launched jointly by the Department of Justice, Ministry of Law and Justice, National Legal Services Authority and CSEC e-Governance Services India Ltd., Gupta further said.Project tele-law provides the weaker sections of the society with the opportunity to get their legal problems solved with ease and avail benefits of the states welfare schemes, Gupta said.Later, she talked about the sectors and conditions in which tele-law could be used for legal literacy. We also published the following articles recentlyUKs Sunak says emergency law will ensure legal action cant delay Rwanda migrant flightsBritish Prime Minister Rishi Sunak announced emergency legislation to confirm that Rwanda is a safe country, following a Supreme Court ruling that deemed the scheme to send asylum seekers there as unlawful. The legislation will prevent further delays in flights caused by challenges in domestic courts and blockages of the governments policy.High court quashes Haryana law providing 75% quota in private sectorThe Punjab and Haryana high court has overturned a law in Haryana that provided 75% reservation in industries for state domiciles. The court ruled that the law infringed upon the constitutional rights of employers and would disrupt the current employment structure. The law applied to jobs with salaries below Rs 30,000 per month in privately managed companies, among others. The decision is a setback for the Jannayak Janata Party, an alliance partner in the state government, which had touted the law as a major achievement.Old laws, old buildings, new problemsMany old and unsafe buildings in Goa are not being demolished or secured due to restrictive provisions in rent control legislation. The Goa Buildings (Lease, Rent, & Eviction) Control Act, 1968, aims to protect tenants interests but has made property redevelopment financially unfeasible. Tenants often pay rent amounts fixed many years ago, which do not cover the cost of upkeep. To address this issue, experts suggest revising the rent control laws and allowing higher floor area ratio (FAR) for redevelopment. This would free up prime land and ease pressure on public roads.

If You Like This Story, Support NYOOOZ



Your support to NYOOOZ will help us to continue create and publish news for and from smaller cities, which also need equal voice as much as citizens living in bigger cities have through mainstream media organizations.

Stay updated with all the Kanpur Live News headlines here. For more exclusive & live news updates from all around India, stay connected with NYOOOZ.

Related Articles

DLSA holds tele-law awareness camp
  • Saturday | 18th November, 2023
3 held for duping man of ₹30L
  • Tuesday | 12th December, 2023