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Pro Bono legal service Nyaya Bandhu now available on Umang app – Times of India

UMANG or the Unified Mobile Application for New-age Governance app offers nearly 600 government services for the citizens. Adding to the list of services available on the app is the Nyaya Bandhu, a pro bono legal service. Using this service, one can connect with advocates, get legal advice, check status of their court cases, view FAQs and more. It will also offer free of cost service from the Department of Justice under the Ministry of Law and Justice.
The new service was announced on microblogging site Twitter by the officah handle of Umang India. “#SamvidhanDiwas | Dear Users, #NyayaBandhu is your new friend on #UMANG! Utilize this free of cost service from Department of Justice and connect with advocates, get legal advice, check your case status, view FAQs and more,” reads the tweet.

The service will be available for both citizens and advocates. Citizens can register themselves as applicants and connect with advocates. While the advocates can register to provide legal advice to the applicants via the app. Citizens will also be able to check status of their cases whether they are pending, ongoing, rejected or completed.
For those unaware, Nyaya Bandhu programme seeks to establish a framework for dispensation of pro bono legal services across the country. Practising and interested advocates offer pro bono work to the eligible marginalised and vulnerable beneficiaries. It was launched in April 2017.


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