The Para Legal Volunteers (PLVs) of District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), Ranchi on Sunday provided detailed information about the schemes run by NALSA to villagers in Bundu.
The programme was inaugurated by Bundu's BDO, Sandhya Mundu. In the programme organised on the occasion of Amrit Mahotsav of Independence, housing scheme acceptance letter, MNREGA job card, dhoti-sari were distributed among the beneficiaries. Ration cards were also distributed among farmers on this occasion.
The Programme was held on the instructions of Executive Chairman of Jharkhand State Legal Services Authority, Ranchi, Justice Aparesh Kumar Singh. Singh has also directed concerned agencies to organise all India awareness programmes in all rural and urban areas of Ranchi district from October 2 to November 14, 2021.
It should also be known that by the Rural Development Department, housing acceptance letter among 15 people, notice to 15 people, job card to 05 people under MNREGA job card, distribution of mustard seed among 06 people by Agriculture Department and Supply Department were provided. Under the Sona Sobran Dhoti Sari Distribution Scheme, ration was distributed among 52 people and 15 people.
PLV Anima Mallick told the attendees that witchcraft and witch-hunting are superstitions, and people should not believe in them. In the case of Dian Bisahi, women in the village are murdered by the villagers, which is a matter of shame, a law has been made on this, in which there is a provision of
PLV Somani Devi spoke about the wage card to the unorganized laborers present. She said that under MNREGA, laborers are given a labour card, which you can take after registering.
PLV Shila Kumari gave detailed information about the beneficial schemes provided by the Government like housing scheme, KCC loan, old age pension, widow pension and others.
PLV Rukmani Devi said that Legal-Aid-Clinic has been set up in all the blocks of Ranchi by DLSA, Ranchi, in which free legal services are provided. Those people who are helpless, old, poor, they can all come to Legal-Aid-Clinic and get free legal service.
During the programme all the PLVs also distributed pamphlets and leaflets among the people present on the occasion.
It may also be known that during the programme, job cards were distributed among the laborers and about 200 people were made aware.