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Sangma pleads for mobile legal aid unit


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The Meghalaya Chief Minister, Capt W.A. Sangma, has underscored the need for introducing a mobile legal aid unit in the State.

He was of the view that legal and committees should be created not only in district headquarters but also in all sub-divisional headquarters.

Capt. Sangma was speaking as Chief guest at the fourth legal aid camp of the stte at Mendipathar in East Garo Hills District on May 5 last. The function was presided over by the Law Minister, Mr G Mylliemngap.

Capt Sangma said that legal aid in the state was a continuous process for providing legal assistance to the people especially the weaker sections of society, he stated.


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