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‘Citizen’s Tele-Law Mobile App’

Published on November 16, 2021
Current Context: The Citizen’s Tele-Law mobile app was launched by Union Law and Justice Minister Kiren Rijiju along with Minister of State for Law and Justice SP Baghel.
‘Citizen’s Tele-Law Mobile App’
  • During the launch, he also felicitated the Tele-Law Frontline Functionaries. The event was organized by the Department of Justice.
  • The 124 Frontline functionaries were felicitated which included Para legal volunteers, village level entrepreneurs, panel lawyers, and state coordinators.
  • The app aims to enhance access to legal information and empower the citizens about the legal powers which they can opt from the appropriate forum of dispute redressal to claim their entitlements and rights.
  • By understanding the legal information power the citizen can connect to Panel Lawyer or with the assistance of Para Legal Volunteers, Village Level entrepreneurs if he/she is unable to read or write.
  • The consultation support is available free of cost to those entitled to free legal aid, mentioned under Section 12 of Legal Service Authority.
  • Others will have to pay fees of Rs 30/ per consultation.
  • The app will provide access to the lawyer on a touch of a finger to the citizen of the country and will ensure to grant equal opportunities before the law to every citizen.

Question: 

Q.1 Who among the following launched Citizen’s Tele-Law mobile app?
a. Piyush Goyal
b. Ashwini Vaishnaw
c. Dharmendra Pradhan
d. Kiren Rijiju
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