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=> The Jharkhand High Court and the Jharkhand State Legal Services Authority (Jhalsa) organized a one-day state level legal service and art exhibition at the White Hall of the High Court as part of a pan-India legal awareness and outreach campaign.
The exhibition was inaugurated by Justice Sujit Narayan Prasad, Judge of Jharkhand High Court and Chairman of Jharkhand High Court Legal Services Committee.
=> The State Legal Services and Exhibition was organized under the direction and guidance of Justice Aparesh Kumar Singh, Chief Justice of Jharkhand High Court and Chief Patron of State Legal Services Authority, Justice Dr. Ravi Ranjan and Judge of Jharkhand High Court and Executive Chairman of Jharkhand State Legal Services Authority.
=> Justice Sujit Narayan Prasad said that the main focus of the State Legal Services Authority is to create legal awareness among the marginalized section of the society and help these sections of the society by providing legal aid through a panel of advocates.
=> During the COVID pandemic, Jhalsa had also set up a central 'War Room' in the state capital and other units in the districts to help those in distress, primarily those in need of COVID-related assistance.
=> Jhalsa Member Secretary Mohammad Shakir said that various helpline numbers of National Legal Aid with graphical representation were also displayed in the exhibition.
=> Along with this, stalls were also set up by Birsa Munda Central Jail, Ranchi, Communication Home, Ranchi, UNICEF, Ranchi, Elder HelpLine, Childline, Ranchi etc.
=> In this exhibition, information about the work done in the legal services sector was given to the people through various stalls, along with the distribution of ready-made materials for the knowledge of the law.
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