Campaign to Raise Legal Awareness for Tibetan Communities in North-Eastern India

Seven Tibetan communities in the North East, including Tenzingang, Tawang, Bomdila, Kabuk, Gangtok, Darjeeling, and Ravangla, participated in a legal awareness program that was organized by Circuit Justice Commissioner Lhadruk and Secretary Lobsang of the North Local Justice Commission.

A total of 405 participants, including employees from the Settlement Offices, principals, and teachers, learned about the exiled Tibetan legal system. They received education on the development of Tibetan democracy in exile as well as the roles and authority of the Central Tibetan Administration’s three pillars. They were also given clarification on the structure, authority, and code of justice of the Tibetan Justice Commission. The team also gave thorough guidelines on the various forms of evidence, admissibility of evidence, the reliability of witnesses, cross-examination of witnesses, and the level of proof in addition to educating the public about the main legislation of the Code of Civil Procedure.

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