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Chief Justice Pankaj Mittal launches website of Ladakh Legal Services Authority




Chief Justice Pankaj Mittal launches website of Ladakh Legal Services Authority


Leh, Sept 01: Chief Justice of Jammu and Kashmir High Court, Justice Pankaj Mithal, who is also the patron chief of Ladakh Legal Service Authority, launched the UT Ladakh Legal Services Authority (LLSA) website in a virtual event held at the Srinagar wing of High Court.


Member Secretary, Ladakh Legal Services Authority, MK Sharma, welcomed the dignitaries and gave an overview of the website.


The website is launched to provide an easy way to the public and litigants to learn the aims and objectives of the Legal Services Authorities Act (LSAA) and entitled beneficiaries under the Act besides allowing the visitors to browse information based on their choice.


The website aims to provide better access to the LLSA and its activities, notices, orders, Lok Adalat, panel lawyers, Legal Aid Clinics, Legal Literacy Clubs, Para Legal Volunteers (PLVs).


Information, articles, newsletters, official announcements and achievements would be updated regularly on the website.


Executive Chairman of J&K Legal Services Authority, Justice Ali Mohammad Magrey; Executive Chairman, Ladakh Legal Services Authority, Justice Dhiraj Singh Thakur; Chairman, High Court Legal Services Committee, Justice Tashi Rabstan; Judges of High Court of J&K and Ladakh, Justice Sanjeev Kumar, Justice Sindhu Sharma, Justice Rajnesh Oswal, Justice Vinod Chatterji Koul, Justice Sanjay Dhar, Justice Puneet Gupta, Justice Javid Iqbal Wani; Advisor to Lt. Governor, UT of Ladakh, Umang Narula; Additional Director General of Police, UT of Ladakh, Satish Khandare; Member Secretary, NALSA, Ashok Jain; Registrar General, High Court of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh, Jawad Ahmed and other officers of registry, Administrative Secretary, Department of Law, UT of Ladakh, Preet Pal Singh, chairmen and secretaries of DLSAs Leh and Kargil.

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