In a positive move, State Commissioner of Haryana Shashi Bharat Bhushan declared a new judicial facility for disabled people of state. He promised to organise mobile courts for all those people who are physically disabled and have to go to Chandigarh to resolve their petty cases.
ON A tour to Sirsa, Shashi Bharat Bhushan last Tuesday promised to start mobile courts for all disabled people of the state. According to Bhushan, this facility is aimed at helping disabled persons to get their problems resolved, and these mobile courts will be organized at all the district headquarters across the state.
In these mobile courts senior officers of all the departments would be present to sort out the problems on the spot. The scheme would specifically address the issues of disabled people who face lot of problems by going to Chandigarh to get their cases resolved.
Bhushan also conducted a surprise inspection of the government aided institutions who are working to help disabled people in Sirsa, Haryana, according to The Times of India. He inspected Disha, Sharavanvani Disabled Centre and Bhai Kanhaiya Ashram being run in Sirsa city and got satisfactory feedback. He felt satisfied with the kind of facilities provided to disabled by these institutions.