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BONGAIGAON, Mar 1 - A training session for Para Legal Volunteers (PLVs) was held recently at Kajalgaon in Chirang district.

Fifty-five PLVs from Bongaigaon, Kokrajhar, Dhubri and Goalpara districts had participated in this day-long training session organised by the Bongaigaon District Legal Services Authority (DLSA) at the conference hall of Chirang Deputy Commissioner at Kajalgaon.

Speaking on the topic, �The basics of Criminal Law�, Roushan Lal, Civil Judge, Bongaigaon, shared his views on the rights an accused has after his arrest by the police.

Dipak Thakuria, District and Sessions Judge, Dhubri presented his views in support of the concept that the Right to Equality alone cannot serve its purpose without justice.

Mridul Kumar Saikia, Deputy Secretary, Assam State Legal Services Authority (ASLSA) explained the actual function and responsibility of the court and the role of the PLVs by showing video clips selected from Hindi movies.

Dibyajyoti Mahanta, District and Sessions Judge, Chirang, described the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005 in simple words so as to make the PLVs understand the Act.

Likewise, other resource persons Satya Nath Sarma, member secretary, ASLSA; Ratnadip Bhattacharjee, secretary, DLSA, Kokrajhar as well as advocates Manoj Wari and Hareswar Das spoke on child rights, Senior Citizens Act- 2007, laws relating to family and communication skills respectively.

In her welcome address Bipaakkhi Borthakur, secretary, DLSA, Bongaigaon, offered warm reception to the resource persons, judicial officers and PLVs present in the session and said that this training session would certainly help the PLVs achieve their goal set by the DLSA.

Leena Dole, Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate, Bongaigaon, offered the vote of thanks at the end of the training session in which Indira Barman, District and Sessions Judge, Bongaigaon; J Sinha, Sub Divisional Judicial Magistrate (Sadar); B Sutradhar, Chief Judicial Magistrate, Chirang and Ranjita Agarwal, secretary, DLSA, Goalpara were present. Bongaigaon advocate Ranjana Rani Dutta anchored the proceedings.

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PLV training programme in Chirang district

BONGAIGAON, Mar 1 - A training session for Para Legal Volunteers (PLVs) was held recently at Kajalgaon in Chirang district.

Fifty-five PLVs from Bongaigaon, Kokrajhar, Dhubri and Goalpara districts had participated in this day-long training session organised by the Bongaigaon District Legal Services Authority (DLSA) at the conference hall of Chirang Deputy Commissioner at Kajalgaon.

Speaking on the topic, �The basics of Criminal Law�, Roushan Lal, Civil Judge, Bongaigaon, shared his views on the rights an accused has after his arrest by the police.

Dipak Thakuria, District and Sessions Judge, Dhubri presented his views in support of the concept that the Right to Equality alone cannot serve its purpose without justice.

Mridul Kumar Saikia, Deputy Secretary, Assam State Legal Services Authority (ASLSA) explained the actual function and responsibility of the court and the role of the PLVs by showing video clips selected from Hindi movies.

Dibyajyoti Mahanta, District and Sessions Judge, Chirang, described the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005 in simple words so as to make the PLVs understand the Act.

Likewise, other resource persons Satya Nath Sarma, member secretary, ASLSA; Ratnadip Bhattacharjee, secretary, DLSA, Kokrajhar as well as advocates Manoj Wari and Hareswar Das spoke on child rights, Senior Citizens Act- 2007, laws relating to family and communication skills respectively.

In her welcome address Bipaakkhi Borthakur, secretary, DLSA, Bongaigaon, offered warm reception to the resource persons, judicial officers and PLVs present in the session and said that this training session would certainly help the PLVs achieve their goal set by the DLSA.

Leena Dole, Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate, Bongaigaon, offered the vote of thanks at the end of the training session in which Indira Barman, District and Sessions Judge, Bongaigaon; J Sinha, Sub Divisional Judicial Magistrate (Sadar); B Sutradhar, Chief Judicial Magistrate, Chirang and Ranjita Agarwal, secretary, DLSA, Goalpara were present. Bongaigaon advocate Ranjana Rani Dutta anchored the proceedings.

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