In India one can seek legal advice from legal professionals but it is not always free. Though there are many advocates that give free legal advice. Mostly the first legal advice is free but there after it must be paid for. Dr Kislay Panday has taken this a step further. He keeps his consultancy free if he feels that the client seeking it is in trouble and does not have means to pay for the consultancy.

Man Sitting at the Side of the Road

Giving a helping hand to a needy one is not only a responsibility, but it’s also an act of humanity that we show towards others. We can make a difference in their lives even with a little – it doesn’t demand that much, just a little of what we have and a little of our time. We can change their lives and give them a good will & happiness, by showing them hospitalty and love. We can care for what they need and we can give them this even with just a smile and a good deed. Being poor doesn’t make them a different people or unwanted, it’s just a life course that they faced. So I say that we should help everyone, no matter what colour, race or religion they have.

Judgement scale and gavel in judge office

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