Sabko Nyay- Har Ghar Nyaya – Overview

    Last updated:15-02-2024

    Sabko Nyay Har Ghar Nyay Border

    Sabko Nyay: Panch Pran Pledge

    About Programme:

    The Panch Pran Pledge is a solemn commitment inspired by the vision articulated by Hon’ble Prime Minister of India from the Red Fort. It encapsulates the aspirations for a developed India, the eradication of a servile mentality, pride in our traditions, dedication to unity and integrity, and the awakening of a sense of duty in every citizen.

    Timeline: Entire Year (January 2024 – January 2025)

    Participants: All Citizens

    Methodology: All Citizens can visit the activity page in MyGov Platform and recite the pledge to generate e-certificates. In addition, each VLE, spanning 2.5 Lakh Gram Panchayats, will recite the Panch Pran Pledge. They will then encourage a minimum of 200 citizens visiting the CSC to read the Pledge before availing any services. The Pledge will be available in digital format and may be posted within CSC premises. QR codes linking to the MyGov Platform campaign page will be displayed in CSCs and shared on social media and WhatsApp groups of CSC functionaries. Brochures and pamphlets will also be distributed.

    Expected Outcome: The Panch Pran Pledge will permeate to the village level, raising awareness among citizens across 2.5 Lakh Gram Panchayats. It will serve as a medium to involve individuals in the nation-building process, rekindling the spirit of patriotism and fostering a sense of responsibility among citizens. Additionally, the Pledge will be translated into 22 Scheduled Languages through CSCs, ensuring broader accessibility and inclusivity.

    Nyay Sahayak: Community-based Legal Messengers

    About Programme:

    Nyay Sahayaks are community-based messengers tasked with generating door-to-door awareness on legal services and solutions offered by the Department of Justice (DoJ) in Aspirational Blocks & Districts. Currently, 460 Nyaya Sahayaks, engaged by CSC, are spearheading this initiative.

    Timeline: Entire Year (January 2024 – January 2025), with a pilot phase from January 2024 to March 2025.

    Participants: Citizens of Aspirational Districts & Blocks as identified by NITI Aayog.

    Methodology: Nyay Sahayaks will be assigned unique IDs for referral purposes, utilized during citizen transactions within the performance dashboard. Incentives for Nyaya Sahayaks are performance-linked. The aim is to introduce a technological enabler with human support at the block level, acting as a bridge for doorstep delivery of legal services and encouraging local participation.

    Expected Outcome:

    • The introduction of Nyay Sahayaks aims to facilitate door-to-door delivery of legal services, comprising:
    • Assisting in case registration for pre-litigation advice or representation, targeting 30 cases, per day.
    • Conducting Legal Awareness and Literacy “Vidhi Baithak” sessions at the village or block level, with guidance from Block Level Officers. Five Baithaks will be conducted monthly at various locations, engaging cross-sector groups such as School Management Committees, Panchayat Samiti/Gram Sabha, Anganwadi Workers, Self-Help Groups, and Children/Observers.

    Nyay Seva Mela: State-Level Legal Services Fair

    About Programme:

    Nyay Seva Mela is a State-level workshop cum Mela organized across 36 States/UTs. The components of the Mela include:

    Participation of DLSA/SLSA/State Law Departments/Legal Aid Clinics of Law Schools.

    Release of State booklets highlighting dedicated State schemes, activities of DoJ, and beneficiary case stories under the Tele Law program.

    Felicitation of grassroots functionaries.

    Visits from VIPs/VVIPs.

    Timeline: Entire Year (January 2024 – January 2025)

    Participants: Citizens of India.

    Expected Outcome: The Nyaya Seva Mela aims to deliver citizen-centric services and raise awareness about the welfare schemes and programs of the Department of Justice. It seeks to enhance citizen awareness regarding DoJ initiatives.