Kochi: In a bid to collect public opinion regarding the functioning of Kerala State Legal Services Authority (KELSA), a public hearing will be held at the auditorium of the Kerala High Court on June 15 at 4.40 p.m.

The decision to hold the meeting was taken by Justice Kurian Joseph, Executive Chairman of KELSA with a view to improving its functioning. KELSA had been constituted for providing free legal aid to eligible persons and for promoting legal awareness among the people, especially those belonging to the weaker sections of society, according to P. Mohanadas, member secretary of KELSA.

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