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Judge Hears Blind Man on Steps of the Court Corridor

By Richa Shah      09 November, 2020 07:10 PM      0 Comments
Judge Hears Blind Man on Steps of the Court Corridor

The principal civil judge at Mulbagal in Kolar district on Thursday ((5th November 2020) stepped out of the court docket corridor to listen to a visually impaired man.

The incident occurred when Devarajachari, from Mulbagal, got to the court docket to get his grievance redressed from free authorized help from the Taluk Legal Services Authority. 

He approached the authorities of the Legal Cell, gave his illustration, and sought an endorsement for a similar.

However, Covid-19 pointers stipulate that any pleas or paperwork submitted to the court docket or the Legal Services Cell be subjected to quarantine earlier than the judge peruses it.

Judge Yadawada sat on court docket steps to persuade the petitioner

The Officials of the Legal Services Authority instructed him that endorsement cant be given right away. To which Devarajachari insisted on an endorsement and urged the authorities to convey the matter to the judge.

When the difficulty was informed to Principal Civil Judge Haji Hussain Sab Yadawada, he came out determined to step out of his court docket to listen to the blind man.

Judge Yadawada sat on the steps of the court docket and satisfied the petitioner that the SOP doesnt allow speedy endorsement to be given because the paperwork must be quarantined. The petitioner was assured by Yadawada that appropriate steps would be taken to supply him authorized assist after which Devarajachari left the court docket premises thanking the judge.

Judge Yadawada said that in his 4 years as a civil decide, he had by no means come throughout such a state of affairs. He mentioned the purpose of the Legal Service Authority is to assist needy individuals.

He mentioned that the petitioners residential website at Mulbagal had encroached and building work had begun. The Legal Services Authority had sought a report from the authorities based on his plea and justice could be accomplished to Devarajachari.



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