Mangalore, September 5: The Dakshina Kannada districts, 2nd additional and sessions Judge C.M. Joshi said, “The citizens should be aware and educated about the enacted law of our country”.
He inaugurated the Legal literacy workshop in Balmatta Pre-University College on Thursday and addressed the audience.
He revealed that, this programme was organised by the district’s Legal service authority and Mangalore Bar association with a view educate the students on the various cyber crimes and sexual criminal cases which they might be prone to face.
The inspector of Konaje police station; Mr Raghava S. Padil spoke on the topic, “Protecting Children from sexual criminal act”. As the resource persons; advocate Mr Mayura Keerthi spoke on the topic “Right to education act” and advocate Mr vinayak Kamath spoke on the topic “Cyber Law” and educated the audience on the laws enforced in our country.
On this occasion, the Principal of the college Mr P.P. Joseph, senior civil judge and member secretary of the district’s Legal Service Authority Mr Ganesh B; president of Mangalore Bar Association Mr P. Ashok Ariga were present.
Lecturer J.P.M. Cherian welcomed the gathering. The program was compered by Ms Sudha Rani.