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ITANAGAR, April 30 - The Arunachal Pradesh State Legal Services Authority (APSLSA), with the idea of equipping the institution of Gaon Burah (GB) in administration of justice in the State, organised a two-day training programme at Tezu on April 27 and 28 for the Gaon Burahs and Gaon Buris of Lohit, Tirap, Changlang, Dibang Valley, Lower Dibang Valley, Anjaw, Longding and Namsai districts. The training programme was meant to find ways and means to bridge the gap between customary tribal practices and the general laws of the land.

Arranged under the �Access to Justice � North East and Jammu & Kashmir (A2JNE & JK)� initiative in collaboration with the Department of Justice, Union Ministry of Law and Justice, the programme saw the participation of nearly 70 head GBs and GBs from across the eight districts of eastern Arunachal Pradesh.

On the first day of the training, APSLSA Member Secretary Budi Habung, in his keynote address, spoke on the role and responsibility of the Legal Services Authority in providing access to justice for all, free legal services, Lok Adalat, concept of Alternative Dispute Resolution, Arunachal Pradesh Victim Compensation Scheme, etc.

Advocate T Boo spoke on the customary court, including the village authority under the Assam Frontier (Administration of Justice) Regulation, 1945 and judiciary in the present context of Arunachal Pradesh and the way forward. Advocate Sasamlu Minin spoke on the various schemes of the Central and State governments with special reference to Arunachal Pradesh and the role of GBs in their implementation.

In the afternoon session, advocate J Manyu spoke on the village council system of Mishmi-Kebang in the present context and the way forward. Advocate Minin highlighted marriage registration under the Special Marriage Act, 1954, and the Arunachal Pradesh Recording of Marriage Act, 2008.

During the second day sessions, Manyu spoke on the criminal justice system with reference to FIR, arrest, remand, bail, etc., and the role of GBs in assisting the administration and police. Advocate B Tayang spoke on the Right to Education Act, 2009, while advocate Manyu spoke on the Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Right) Act, 2006, and other forest laws and land holding system with special reference to Arunachal Pradesh.

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Training programme for Gaon Burahs held at Tezu

ITANAGAR, April 30 - The Arunachal Pradesh State Legal Services Authority (APSLSA), with the idea of equipping the institution of Gaon Burah (GB) in administration of justice in the State, organised a two-day training programme at Tezu on April 27 and 28 for the Gaon Burahs and Gaon Buris of Lohit, Tirap, Changlang, Dibang Valley, Lower Dibang Valley, Anjaw, Longding and Namsai districts. The training programme was meant to find ways and means to bridge the gap between customary tribal practices and the general laws of the land.

Arranged under the �Access to Justice � North East and Jammu & Kashmir (A2JNE & JK)� initiative in collaboration with the Department of Justice, Union Ministry of Law and Justice, the programme saw the participation of nearly 70 head GBs and GBs from across the eight districts of eastern Arunachal Pradesh.

On the first day of the training, APSLSA Member Secretary Budi Habung, in his keynote address, spoke on the role and responsibility of the Legal Services Authority in providing access to justice for all, free legal services, Lok Adalat, concept of Alternative Dispute Resolution, Arunachal Pradesh Victim Compensation Scheme, etc.

Advocate T Boo spoke on the customary court, including the village authority under the Assam Frontier (Administration of Justice) Regulation, 1945 and judiciary in the present context of Arunachal Pradesh and the way forward. Advocate Sasamlu Minin spoke on the various schemes of the Central and State governments with special reference to Arunachal Pradesh and the role of GBs in their implementation.

In the afternoon session, advocate J Manyu spoke on the village council system of Mishmi-Kebang in the present context and the way forward. Advocate Minin highlighted marriage registration under the Special Marriage Act, 1954, and the Arunachal Pradesh Recording of Marriage Act, 2008.

During the second day sessions, Manyu spoke on the criminal justice system with reference to FIR, arrest, remand, bail, etc., and the role of GBs in assisting the administration and police. Advocate B Tayang spoke on the Right to Education Act, 2009, while advocate Manyu spoke on the Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Right) Act, 2006, and other forest laws and land holding system with special reference to Arunachal Pradesh.