Delhi State Legal Services Authority (DSLSA) under the aegis of National Legal Services Authority (NALSA) acting on the vision of Hon’ble Mr. Justice U.U. Lalit, Executive Chairpersons, NALSA, in association with Govt. of India is celebrating “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav” from 2nd October to 14th November 2021.
In this regard on 3rd October 2021, DSLSA launched the Mega Awareness and Outreach Campaign, by organizing a Cycle Rally, Help Desk & Launch of various projects of DSLSA at Dwarka Court Complex, Dwarka New Delhi.<br>In view of the same, South West- DLSA organized a “Cycle Rally initiating a Journey Towards Inclusiveness” which was flagged off by Hon’ble Justice Vipin Sanghi, Judge, Delhi High Court, Executive Chairperson, DSLSA wherein Hon’ble Judges of the Delhi High Court, along with the District & Sessions Judges of Dwarka Court as well as Judges of the various other courts rode the cycles, along with the differently-abled participants on wheelchairs & E-Rickshaws in which various sections of society including community members, transgender, senior citizens, women and children participated.
Rally was flagged off from the Dwarka Court Complex and culminated at Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalaya, covering a distance of 5 Kms in the Community, spreading the message of Inclusiveness. At Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalaya, the participants of the rally were greeted by the Welcome Address given by Sh. Kanwal Jeet Arora, Member Secretary, DSLSA, which was followed by a mesmerizing performance of We Are One, a group of differently-abled artists who<br>performed Ganesh Vandana, Acrobatic Yoga & Dance Performance on inclusiveness.
This was followed by a Preamble Reading and launch of three flagship projects of DSLSA i.e Vidhik Sahayak, Sodhana & Social Media Drive. The event was concluded with the National Anthem (invoice &; sign language) & Vote of thanks by Sh. Narottam Kaushal, Ld. Principal District & Session Judge, South-West, Dwarka District Court.
The entire event was translated in sign language by an interpreter to involve the hearing impaired participates of the program. In addition to the above, there was an exhibition of the paintings made by the inmates of Tihar Jail at the Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalaya on the topic of Azadi.