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2 July, 2018 00:00 00 AM
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Call to reach cost-free legal aid services to poor

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RANGPUR: Officials of the judiciary at a seminar here have called upon all concerned to reach the cost-free legal services to the poor to ensure justice for them to make the government’s legal aid services programme successful, reports BSS. The District Legal Aid Committee (DLAC) in association with Chandanpat union parishad organised the seminar on “Government’s Legal Aid Services and Success of Alternative Dispute Resolution, ” at Shahbazpur High School auditorium under Sadar upazila on Saturday afternoon. Senior District and Sessions Judge and President of the DLAC ABM Nizamul Haque presided over the seminar.

The judges, members of the DLAC, upazila and union legal aid committees, police officers, leading personalities, religious leaders, human rights and NGO activists, public representatives and local elite participated. Judge of the Women and Children Repression Special Tribunal Md

Rokunuzzaman, Additional District and Sessions Judges Golam Rasul and Dr Abdul Mazid, Chief Judicial Magistrate Haider Ali, Additional Police Super

Saifur Rahman, District Legal Aid Officer Marjia Khatun, Sadar Upazila Chairman Nasima Zaman Boby and Chairman of Chandanpat union Aminur Rahman, among others, addressed. The speakers narrated the mass publicity on providing legal aid to the poor by appointing lawyers at free of cost under government assistance and success in dispute reconciliation already achieved through village arbitration meetings.

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