The government of India has launched 'Tele Law' service to provide legal aid for the people living in rural areas through video conf...
The government of India has launched 'Tele Law' service to provide legal aid for the people living in rural areas through video conferencing. The service has been launched to make legal aid easily accessible to the marginalized communities and citizens living in rural areas.
The Ministry of Law and Justice partnered with the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology to provide legal aid services through its Common Service Centres, CSC at the panchayat level, spread across the country. The service was launched by IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad.
Under the scheme, the Tele-Law portal will be available across the CSC network connecting the citizens to legal service providers. In the first phase, the Tele-Law scheme will be tested as a pilot across 1000 CSCs in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.
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- Ravi Shankar Prasad is the Law & Justice, Electronics & Information Technology Minister of India.
Source- The Hindu
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