Disabled are not treated equally

Nagpur: “There are three types of prudence — legisprudence, jurisprudence and demoprudence. Out of these, demoprudence, the people, is the most important for revising the existing laws, institutions and doctrines.
This will help reconstruct the society in an inclusive and open manner so as to accommodate Persons With Disability (PWD),” Prof Dr A Lakshminath, vice-chancellor, Chanakya National Law University (CNLU), Patna, on Friday. He was addressing the national seminar on ‘Social and Legal Dimensions of Disability Laws and Policies in India’ at Vanamati, Gorepeth.

Source : http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/nagpur/Disabled-are-not-treated-equally/articleshow/54489884.cms

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