Sangareddy: Member Secretary, Telangana State Legal Services Authority (TSLSA), Y Renuka said that the District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), and Mandal Legal Service Authority (MLSA) will always be available to help people who were financially not in a position to hire lawyers.
Saying that the courts treat each and every person equally irrespective of their socio-economic status, the Member Secretary suggested that the officials and elected representatives of Sangareddy district spread the word among the people on the services being offered by the Legal Services Authority.
During a teleconference with ZP CEO, DRDO, DLPOs, ZPTCs, MPPs, MPTCs and Sarpanches from the office of district judge, Justice B Papi Reddy, in Sangareddy on Tuesday, Renuka said the officials and elected representatives must play a vital role in spreading awareness on the services being offered by DLSA.
Saying that the Legal Service Act came into force some 25 years ago in the country, the TSLSA Member Secretary said that there would be DSLA at the district level and MLSA at the Mandal level. She called upon the officials and elected representatives to spread awareness among the citizens on the services being provided by the Legal Services Authorities.
District Judge Justice Papi Reddy said that the para-legal service volunteers were spreading awareness in the villages from October 2. He said that they would continue the educative programmes until November 14 as part of the 42-day long programme.
Collector Sangareddy M Hanumatha Rao, Superintendent of Police Ramana Kumar, Special Excise Magistrate J Hanumantha Rao, DLSA Secretary Ch Ashalalatha, Additional Collector Rajaharshi Sha and others were present.
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