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Rajasthan High Court notice to govt over lack of amenities to visually impaired

Wed, 07/18/2012 - 17:17 -- admin

A division bench of Rajasthan High Court has taken cognizance of a PIL seeking a directive to the state government to provide appropriate facilities and basic amenities to visually impaired persons in state's public libraries, computer training institutes etc.
The bench comprising Chief Justice Arun Kumar Mishra and Justice N K Jain (senior) issued the notice to state authorities on a PIL filed by one Sharat Tripathi. The PIL says that as per the Census Report 2011, there are nearly 7,53,952 visually impaired or blind persons in the state. There are no facilities to provide basic educational training or computer training to them or books that they can read in public library.

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