The aim of the trust is to provide free legal aid services to the various sections of the society, because we believe that justice should be available to all. Legal aid is the provision of assistance to people otherwise unable to afford legal representation and access to the court system. Article 39A of the Constitution of India provides for free legal aid to the poor and weaker sections of the society and ensures justice for all.
Many are not aware of their rights or the remedies available to them under law, and this number of people increases with decrease in the level of education managed by them, and it further goes up when the people who desperately need the services of our legal system, do not have the financial resources for it. Now that amounts to an enormous section of our society and we want to help them to the best of our abilities so that they can take advantage of our illustrious judicial system.
In a participatory democracy, it is essential that citizens have faith in their institution. A judiciary that is seen as fair and independent is an important component in sustaining their trust and confidence. An impartial independent judiciary is the guardian of individual rights in a democratic society. In order for citizens to have faith in their court system, all people must have access to the courts when necessary.
All the activities of the Trust shall be non-profitable and shall be done on a "no profit – no loss" basis.
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