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Ranjan Gogoi attends Silchar legal aid camp

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SILCHAR, June 9 - Supreme Court judge Justice Ranjan Gogoi attended a legal aid camp here today.

Organised by the National Legal Services Authority (NLSA) and Assam State Legal Services Authority (ASLSA) and Cachar District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), the camp was held in the premises of Netaji Subhash Mancha of Assam University, Silchar.

Accompanied by Gauhati High Court Chief Justice Ajit Singh along with Justice Arup Kumar Goswami and Justice Suman Shyam, Justice Ranjan Gogoi visited the stalls put up by the Government departments for public facilitation.

Advocate Sujata Dutta, secretary of DLSA Cachar in her inaugural speech said that the camp is the fourth of its kind in the State and first in the valley aimed to facilitate people on the approaches to avail benefits of the Government schemes.

On the other hand, beneficiaries were given artificial limbs by Mahaveer Viklang Sahayata Samiti of Jaipur. Padma Bhushan DR Mehta said that the Samiti is committed towards reaching out to the beneficiaries in the State and shall be ready to participate in such camps in the future as well. Also, officials of other departments extended financial assistance to the beneficiaries on the occasion.

People from all parts of Barak Valley thronged the venue to seek guidance regarding the schemes floated by the Government.

Earlier, the Cachar District Bar Association accorded felicitation to Justice Ranjan Gogoi and other distinguished judges at the Bar Library.

Addressing a gathering, Justice Gogoi emphasised on the need for upgrading legal education in the country.

�The legal aid camp shall usher in great hope for social justice among the people who have pinned faith on the law of the land,� Justice Gogoi said.

He expressed concerns over the large number of vacancies across the district courts in the country. Sharing his experiences with the advocates, Justice Gogoi urged the seniors in the profession to encourage and guide the new entrants.

Justice Gogoi and other dignitaries visited the Silchar Central Jail and took stock of the condition of the jail inmates. The jail inmates sang patriotic songs in front of the judges.

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Ranjan Gogoi attends Silchar legal aid camp

SILCHAR, June 9 - Supreme Court judge Justice Ranjan Gogoi attended a legal aid camp here today.

Organised by the National Legal Services Authority (NLSA) and Assam State Legal Services Authority (ASLSA) and Cachar District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), the camp was held in the premises of Netaji Subhash Mancha of Assam University, Silchar.

Accompanied by Gauhati High Court Chief Justice Ajit Singh along with Justice Arup Kumar Goswami and Justice Suman Shyam, Justice Ranjan Gogoi visited the stalls put up by the Government departments for public facilitation.

Advocate Sujata Dutta, secretary of DLSA Cachar in her inaugural speech said that the camp is the fourth of its kind in the State and first in the valley aimed to facilitate people on the approaches to avail benefits of the Government schemes.

On the other hand, beneficiaries were given artificial limbs by Mahaveer Viklang Sahayata Samiti of Jaipur. Padma Bhushan DR Mehta said that the Samiti is committed towards reaching out to the beneficiaries in the State and shall be ready to participate in such camps in the future as well. Also, officials of other departments extended financial assistance to the beneficiaries on the occasion.

People from all parts of Barak Valley thronged the venue to seek guidance regarding the schemes floated by the Government.

Earlier, the Cachar District Bar Association accorded felicitation to Justice Ranjan Gogoi and other distinguished judges at the Bar Library.

Addressing a gathering, Justice Gogoi emphasised on the need for upgrading legal education in the country.

�The legal aid camp shall usher in great hope for social justice among the people who have pinned faith on the law of the land,� Justice Gogoi said.

He expressed concerns over the large number of vacancies across the district courts in the country. Sharing his experiences with the advocates, Justice Gogoi urged the seniors in the profession to encourage and guide the new entrants.

Justice Gogoi and other dignitaries visited the Silchar Central Jail and took stock of the condition of the jail inmates. The jail inmates sang patriotic songs in front of the judges.