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Q.306 case filed against Mom

Q. 306 case filed against Mom

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Priyanka Maheta

posted 3 months ago

My dad committed suicide, and his nephew filed a 306 against my mom There was my hearing, I became lot of nervous and I was afraid so I just answered the questions asked by lawyers in front of judge, but I have the additional which can save my mom but now no one is allowing me to add the information . Also my dad's nephew has stopped my dad's pension saying that 306 case is filled so we should not get pension. No one is earning at home. We should get our pension. We do not have money. Please help to save my mom and why my dad's nephew has stopped our pension as he do not have right to do that.
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A. I wonder as to how pension is connected with criminal proceedings?
It is only at the conclusion of trial the accused can be held guilty or innocent. Till such time she is presumed innocent. Engage a counsel practising in High Court to file a writ to direct to pay the pension.

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A. contact free legal aid service available in all courts to take up your matter.

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ROBERT D ROZARIO

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Responded 3 months ago

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A. U should approach high court

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Rameshwar Dadhe

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A. Dear Madam,
Simply because criminal case is registered it cannot be a reason to stop family pension of your mother. Approach High Court and get stay of the criminal proceedings and also a direction for payment of pension. You may avail free legal services at the following address.

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An online application form has been created below where the litigants can register information about their case or grievance. The Department will then connect them to a pro- bono advocate registered with the Department who will provide them legal aid free of cost. The nature of legal assistance provided shall be legal advice, drafting of case related document(s), appearance in the court (all or either of the three) depending on the availability of the advocates.
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Further, pro- bono legal assistance provided by the advocates is a voluntary service where the advocates willingly devote their time to provide legal aid to the poor and needy applicants. Once a litigant/applicant has been connected to a preferable pro- bono advocate by the Department, the Department is not responsible for the quality of legal aid provided or time committed by the advocate to the case of the litigant.
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We hope that the pro- bono legal services will be a significant step in enabling access to quality legal aid and assistance to the people.
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A. Dear client file one petition in Human/Women's right Commission,Send it without any delay
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Sunil Kumar Singh

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Responded 3 months ago

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