Law Minister launches Tele-Law 2.0
Tags: Government Schemes
Union Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal launches Tele-Law 2.0 for legal advice.
An Overview of the News
Screening of the "Tele-Law" documentary, chronicling the journey of Tele-Law from 2017 to 2022.
Launch of "Tele-Law-2.0", which integrates Tele-Law and Nyay Bandhu apps, along with the release of an informative e-tutorial.
Unveiling the fourth edition of the Voice of Beneficiaries booklet, featuring real-life stories of individuals whose lives were positively impacted by Tele-Law.
The presentation of the “Achievers Catalogue”, highlights the top-performing paralegal volunteers, village-level entrepreneurs, panel lawyers and state coordinators categorized by sectors for the year 2022-2023 and April to June 2023-2024.
Tele-Law operates within the framework of the Designing Innovative Solutions for Holistic Access to Justice (DISHA) scheme, which has already facilitated over 50 lakh legal consultations.
The Disha scheme, launched in 2021, has a duration of five years (2021-2026) and aims to promote and increase access to justice for all in India.
The Department of Justice (DoJ) is conducting a program called Tele-Law 2.0 as part of its commitment to Article 39A, which aims to provide "justice for all".
The primary goal of the Tele-Law program is to positively impact the lives of one crore (ten million) beneficiaries by achieving this milestone well before the year 2026.
In 2017, the Tele-Law program was launched.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) collaborated with the National Legal Services Authority (NALSA) and CSC e-Governance Service India Limited to facilitate the delivery of legal aid to the underprivileged population.
The primary objective of this partnership was to ensure that marginalized communities have access to legal aid by leveraging Common Service Centers (CSCs).
Nyay Bandhu App:
This app is part of Tele-Law 2.0, which combines Tele-Law services and the Nyaya Bandhu Android application.
Its primary goal is to provide free legal guidance and representation to citizens.
Nyay Bandhu (Pro Bono Legal Services) was started in 2017.
The objective of this initiative is to establish a nationwide framework to provide free legal aid.
“Pro bono legal services” means providing legal assistance voluntarily and without charge.
The Latin phrase "pro bono" translates to "for free" in English.
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