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DLSA Wokha conducts training for PLVs

DLSA Wokha conducts training for PLVs
Para legal volunteers, master trainers along with district & sessions judge Nino Iralu and addl. deputy commissioner Wokha, Mhathung Tsanglao.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 8/14/2019 12:38:34 PM IST

District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), Wokha conducted orientation training to 21 para legal volunteers (PLVs) on August 13 and 14 at DC conference hall Wokha.

A press release from NSLSA public relations assistant stated that, Nino Iralu, district & sessions judge-cum-chairperson DLSA, Wokha delivering key note address asked the PLVs to work in close tandem with the legal services institution and the government departments, in ameliorating the lot of poor and disadvantaged sections of the society. 

Mhathung Tsanglao, ADC, Wokha in his keynote address encouraged the PLVs to work as ambassadors of peace in the society to empower the weak, underprivileged and marginalised sections.

Trainers Khrievono Seletsu, judicial magistrate, first class-cum-secretary WDLSA, Limhathung Ezung legal aid counsel, Sunjib Rana, retainer lawyer, KDLSA and Meribemo Lotha, retainer lawyer WDLSA and Shanchobeni P Lotha, project assistant WDLSA and Wobenthung Patton, superintendent Observation Home, imparted training as resource person to the PLVs and made them aware of the role and working of para legals, to provide legal services and awareness to the masses with juvenile justice system, NALSA Schemes, Women & Law, Legal Services Authority Act 1987, benefits of Lok Adalats and implementation of various government schemes.

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