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CJI NV Ramana Launches Mobile App of NALSA, Vision & Mission Statement  

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CJI National Legal Services Authority legal services app and vision statementChief Justice of India (CJI) NV Ramana launched the Mobile App of National Legal Services Authority (NALSA) to provide Free Legal aid to the poor and needy people, and to seek victim compensation.

  • CJI also launched a Vision & Mission statement that contains the vision of NALSA.

Features of the Legal Services App

i.The Mobile App of NALSA has features for seeking legal assistance, legal advice, and other grievances.

ii.Using the app, Beneficiaries can apply for mediation, track the application and apply for Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) mechanism.

iii.As per Article 39 (A) of the Indian Constitution (under Directive Principles), the government should strive to promote justice and provide free legal aid to the poor.

CJI NV Ramana’s Vision Statement

The Vision & Mission statement launched by CJI contains the vision of NALSA,

  • To promote an inclusive legal system and to ensure fair and meaningful justice to the marginalised and disadvantaged sections of the society.
  • To provide effective legal representation, legal literacy & awareness to bridge the gap between the legally available benefits and the entitled beneficiaries.
  • To bridge the gap of Accessibility to Justice between the highly privileged and the most vulnerable.


It was constituted under the Legal Services Authorities Act, 1987 to provide free Legal Services to the weaker sections of the society and to organize Lok Adalats for amicable settlement of disputes.

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On July 19, 2021, CJI NV Ramana initiated a secure electronic transmission mechanism namely FASTER (Fast and Secure Transmission of Electronic Records) to fast forward the process of bail.

About National Legal Services Authority (NALSA) 

Established in November 1995 under the Legal Services Authorities Act of 1987

The patron-in -Chief – CJI NV Ramana

Executive Chairman – Justice U.U. Lalit

Headquarters – New Delhi