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Legal aid to vulnerable sections assured

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HYDERABAD: The State Legal Services Authority (SLSA) has assured the vulnerable communities that timely legal aid will be given to them, a press release from SLSA said on Saturday.

Speaking at an interactive programme jointly organised by the SLSA and Centre for Advocacy and Research, Hyderabad on Saturday, K. Narasimha Chari, Administrative Officer of SLSA said that SLSA is mandated to protect the constitutional rights of all the citizens of AP and especially those from vulnerable communities and women in particular, the release said.

Mr. Narasimha Chari suggested that representatives of vulnerable populations can train themselves as paralegal volunteers to work for the cause of their communities in association with SLSA.

He also said that citizens from these communities can approach SLSA in Hyderabad or District Legal Services Authorities for grievance redressal.

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