- The Centre in association with the National Legal Service Authority (NALSA) today launched ‘Tele-Law’ scheme in Bihar with an aim to provide an opportunity for the common man to access legal aid easily.
- Under the scheme, villagers can have access to legal consultation with the help of para legal volunteers at Common Service Centre (CSC) which will be equipped with computers and Internet facility.
- A person in need of legal aid can get consultation through video-conferencing at a CSC from empanelled lawyers of district and state legal service authority. charge for the legal consultation will be Rs 30, but its free for BPL people.
- The services of the Right of Public Service Act and Public Grievance Redressal Act and various other services like making Aadhaar card, PAN, applying for passports, reservation of train berths and bill payments will be available at CSCs.