DLSA Reasi hosts debate competition on Quit Drugs; Choose Life
REASI : Under the aegis of NALSA and also under the insightful guidance and directions of R.N.Watal, Chairman, District Legal Services Authority, Reasi, District Legal Services Authority, Reasi today organised a debate competition on the Topic “Quit Drugs; Choose Life” in collaboration with Government Polytechnic College Reasi.
The program started with the speech of Panel Advocate Shalendra Bhardwaj, who in his speech, talked about the working of Legal Services Institutions all over India.
Rekha Kapoor Nischal, Secretary DLSA Reasi explained to the participants about the working of District Legal Services Authority, Reasi and the objective of this competition.
Senior Advocate V. K Sharma spoke on the legal aspects of illegal use of Drugs/Narcotics. In all, six contestants Alok Kumar, Krair Singh, Darshan Singh, Sapna Kumari, Sunil Dogra and Irfan Ali participated in the debate competition.
The Debate competition was judged by jury members consisting of two benches with the first Bench comprising Rekha Kapoor Nischal (Secretary, DLSA Reasi) and V.K. Sharma(Senior Advocate, District Court Complex, Reasi) and the second Bench consisting of Vinay Gupta (HOD Computer Engg). and Mohd. Shabir (Lecturer Mechanical Engg.).
The contestants were awarded with the certificates as per their Merit. Principal Of the Polytechnic College Reasi Vivek Gupta also spoke on the occasion.
At the end of the Program, Certificates of Merit were presented to First, Second and Third winners. Darshan Singh bagged the first position, Sunil Dogra stood second, while the third place was shared by Alok Kumar and Irfan Ali.
Besides this, Certificates of Appreciation were also given to Krair Singh and Sapna Kumari. The proceeding of the whole program was conducted by Panel Advocate M.S. Mir under the supervision of Secretary DLSA, Reasi and vote of thanks was conveyed by Sonali Sharma (Guest Lecturer) of Government Polytechnic College, Reasi.
In the middle of the program, a documentary Film on the working of NALSA was also screened for the participants with the Projector.