The defendant, who is housed in the youth home, receives free lawyers

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Varanasi. District Legal Department secretary Kumudalata Tripathi conducted a virtual inspection of the State Communications Home (Kishor) and State Children’s Prison (BAL) on Thursday. Problems in raising young people’s awareness of their rights were heard. At the same time, the secretary said that the youth who did not have a lawyer to plead were instructed to provide them with free lawyers. The director of the youth home, Mithilesh Singh, informed the secretary that there are currently 108 youth and that classes up to 8th grade have started.
While visiting the children’s home, the secretary expressed her displeasure at the lack of qualified nurses and trainers for the mentally handicapped children and instructed superintendent Ashok Kumar to write a letter to the government about this. Out of 46 boys in the children’s home, 21 are mentally weak.

Varanasi. District Legal Department secretary Kumudalata Tripathi conducted a virtual inspection of the State Communications Home (Kishor) and State Children’s Prison (BAL) on Thursday. Problems in raising young people’s awareness of their rights were heard. At the same time, the secretary said that the youth who did not have a lawyer to plead were instructed to provide them with free lawyers. The director of the youth home, Mithilesh Singh, informed the secretary that there are currently 108 youth and that classes up to 8th grade have started.

While visiting the children’s home, the secretary expressed her displeasure at the lack of qualified nurses and trainers for the mentally handicapped children and instructed superintendent Ashok Kumar to write a letter to the government about this. Out of 46 boys in the children’s home, 21 are mentally weak.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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