Dwarka: On Sunday, South-West Delhi State Legal Services Authority (DSLSA) launched a mega awareness and outreach campaign, by organising a cycle rally, help desk and launch of various projects of DSLSA at Dwarka Court Complex in Dwarka.
Given the same, South-West DSLSA organised a cycle rally initiating a “Journey Towards Inclusiveness” which was flagged off by Justice Vipin Sanghi, Judge, Delhi High Court, Executive Chairperson, DSLSA wherein Judges of the Delhi High Court, along with the District and Sessions Judges of Dwarka Court as well as Judges of the various other courts rode the cycles, along with the differently-abled participants on wheelchairs and e-rickshaws, in which various sections of society including community members, transgender, senior citizens, women and children participated.
The rally began from the Dwarka Court Complex and culminated at Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalaya, covering a distance of 5 km in the community area, spreading the message of inclusiveness.
Neha Priya, Secretary, South-West DSLSA said, “This cycle rally carried the message of inclusiveness of “We the People”. The sea of pink dissolved the barriers of caste, class and religion. There was no distinction between transgenders, acid-attack victims, women, senior citizens, hearing impaired, orthopedically disabled and the judges. It demonstrated the freedom of mind and soul in a true celebration of “Aazaadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav”.
At Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalaya, the participants of the rally were greeted by the welcome address given by Kanwal Jeet Arora, Member Secretary, DSLSA, which was followed by a mesmerising performance of “We Are One”, a group of differently-abled artists who performed Ganesh Vandana, Acrobatic Yoga and Dance Performance on inclusiveness.
This was followed by a preamble reading and launch of three flagship projects of DSLSA like Vidhik Sahayak, Sodhana and Social Media Drive.
The event was concluded with the National Anthem (invoice and sign language) and vote of thanks by Narottam Kaushal, Ld. Principal District and Session Judge - West, Dwarka District Court.
The entire event was translated in sign language by an interpreter to involve the hearing impaired participates of the program.
Sushil Kumar, President of Dwarka Forum, said, “Cycle rally organised by South-West DSLSA went so nicely. Dwarka Forum as the partner of the event expressed happiness and pay gratitude towards DSLSA for the opportunity given to play a part. We too believe in inclusiveness and support to help marginalised people of society legally. My personal thanks to Neha Priya, Secretary of DSLSA, South-West for making us, partner. It was a great pleasure for people to welcome the honourable judges, physically challenged and other people like acid victims in Dwarka. Dwarka Forum will always extend its support to the project of DSLSA in days to come.”