KHM expends its free legal aid services



Staff Reporter

In order to give free access to justice to those people who cannot afford fee of lawyers for fighting their cases in the courts of law, the KHM Law Associates has expanded its free legal aid services from Rawalpindi to Lahore, Peshawar and Toba Tek Singh.

This was told by Khalid Nawaz, Chief Executive Officer of Knight Human Management (KHM) Shalaan Pakistan (KHM) in a meeting of KHM Law Associates held here on Thursday to review the progress of free legal aid teams.

Khalid Nawaz said that KHM Law Associates had engaged the best and most experienced lawyers to fight the cases of those who are unable to go to the legal courts due to lack of resources.

“The purpose of this step is to give the oppressed and deprived people of the society their legal rights from the courts for which we have no greed for any praise or benefit and this social service is being done for the pleasure of Allah the Almighty”, he concluded.

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