Our team reached there early in the morning and proceeded to a village called Jhirki to conduct a social audit of the village. We collected relevant information to understand the demography, literacy level and actual grass root implementation of several pro poor schemes run by state and central government.
Our volunteers also presented a nukkad natak to make people aware of Right to Information Act, and working of our free Legal Aid programs. The response from the villagers was overwhelming and they invited us for another visit of their village. Our volunteers have collected relevant data and now we are planning to actively engage with people to work out solutions of their problems. We are planning to visit the village in coming months.
After covering the village we went to Civil Court Premise where a small function was held with an aim to make people aware of free legal aid program. Many prominent people from Tenughat including Mukhia of Tenughat Panchayat and Chairman of Mediation Center participated in the function. People raised their problems and answers were provided by the honorable guest and our faculty members.
Some of our volunteers also visited the Prison of Tenughat to conduct a survey on the conditions of prison inmates and to see the functioning of Jail Adalat.