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Tele-Law on Wheels campaign launched: Here’s everything you need to know about it

As a part of the Tele-Law on Wheels campaign, a special login week is being organised throughout the country for encouraging those in need to seek legal advice and consultation through tele-and video conferencing facilities.

By: HT TECH
| Updated on: Nov 10 2021, 12:12 IST
The Tele-Law on Wheels Campaign is being conducted with aid of CSC e-governance which has a network of over four lakh digitally-enabled CSCs across the country.
The Tele-Law on Wheels Campaign is being conducted with aid of CSC e-governance which has a network of over four lakh digitally-enabled CSCs across the country. (PIB)

The Department of Justice earlier this week kicked-off a week-long campaign called ‘Tele-Law on Wheels' in a bid to ‘empower people through pre-litigation advice for rightfully claiming their entitlements and for timely redressal of their difficulties.' The Ministry of Law and Justice said that the campaign will take place between November 8 and November 14 and they will be dedicated to ensuring ‘Justice for All' by digital legal empowerment of the needy and disadvantaged. This campaign is a part of the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav events that was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to realise the dreams of progressive and new India and to celebrate the history of our people, culture and achievements.

As a part of the Tele-Law on Wheels campaign, a special login week is being organised throughout the country for encouraging those in need to seek legal advice and consultation through tele-and video conferencing facilities by urging them to visit their nearest Common Service Centers or CSCs offering tele-law services. These CSCs have been branded as ‘Kanooni Salah Sahahyak Kendra' to make them easily identifiable by the people.

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The Tele-Law on Wheels Campaign is being conducted with aid of CSC e-governance which has a network of over four lakh digitally-enabled CSCs across the country.

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To promote this campaign, special mobile vans displaying the message of the campaign have been rolled out with the first one being flagged off by the Secretary, Department of Justice from the premises of the Department of Justice. These vans will travel a distance of 30-40 kilometres daily, distribute Information leaflets on tele-law, broadcast films and radio jingles about the tele-law services among other things. In addition to this, SMS in Hindi and English will be sent to sensitise villagers to register their cases or matters under tele-law for legal advice, consultation and information.

The key highlight of this campaign will be the launch of the Citizens' Tele-Law mobile app by the Minister of Law and Justice Kiren Rijiju and Minister of State for Law and Justice SP Singh Baghel on November 13 for Android users via Google Play Store. This App will connect the beneficiaries directly with panel lawyers offering legal advice and consultation. The event will also witness the felicitation of 126 frontline functionaries including paralegal volunteers, village level entrepreneurs, panel lawyers and state coordinators chosen from six different zones including North, South, East, West, Northeast and Central zones whose relentless endeavours have successfully given last-mile connectivity to the legal aid outreach.

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First Published Date: 10 Nov, 11:53 IST
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