WE PROVIDE SOCIAL ACTIVITIES FOR EDUCATIONAL, MEDICAL, AND SOCIAL ASSISTANCE IN ALL NEEDY PEOPLE AND RELIEF TO THE DOWN-TRODDEN, WEAKER SECTIONS, WOMEN'S, HANDICAPPED AND EX-SERVICEMEN OF THE SOCIETY.
To decode the secret of the Vedas, Vedic Scripture and ancient Sanskrit Literature through study, research and application to day-to-day life and to promote the idea/essence of Vedas into masses for the benefit of general public.
The Beneficiaries of the Trust shall be the Weaker section, poor, both men and women, children, handicapped and any individual deserving the aid succor and upliftment without any distinction or discrimination of caste, colour, creed, sex or religion.
The violation of women's fundamental rights through physical, mental, emotional, and sexual violence against women has become almost commonplace in the Indian context. Violence against women has taken particularly acute forms in circumstances where populations are already marginalized, such as in areas affected by armed conflict, areas undergoing mass displacement. Women in the Tribal belts and amongst Dalit populations are already vulnerable and become even more so in areas affected by conflict. Therefore, a pressing need for the judiciary to recognize and address the particular forms of violence levied against women who are 'doubly marginalized by caste, class, religion, or in situations conflict. Customary routinely laws discriminate against women, both by denying justice to victims of violence and by dispossessing women from their shares in land and property. A number of laws that protect women from discrimination have also either inadequate or have not been properly implemented.
Although India has a large number of laws to protect and promote the rights of children, children's concerns are viewed primarily as a welfare issue, rather an issue of rights. By developing a legal rights-based approach for children, the Child Rights Initiative combats the violation of childrenâ€™s rights and increases their ability access to the legal system.
The violation of women's fundamental rights through physical, mental, emotional, and sexual violence against women has become almost commonplace in the Indian context.
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.
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