“NyayaPath, recently, was instrumental in helping someone who came looking for information on divorce procedures as his wife is living separately for three years now.”                                                                                                                                                                                                       – Manish Kumar Sahu, Para Legal Volunteer/Kiosk Operator, Bemetara, Chhattisgarh


“Women are finding NyayaPath useful. In one such case, a woman has successfully claimed alimony from her husband. I was able to help her with just the right kind of information she needed when she visited the kiosk.”
– Santosh Joshi, Para Legal Volunteer/Kiosk Operator, Korba, Chhattisgarh                                                                                  


“People are hesitant to visit these kiosks, especially when they are largely clueless about the purpose of the same. I have instructed the PLVs to raise the volume in between, so that content is audible to those present around the kiosk.”                                                                                         – Sunita Sahu, DLSA Secretary, Rajnandagaon, Chhattisgarh


“NyayaPath is a popular, one-stop-information centre located in our court in the Mahasamund district. DLSA, on its part, is able to reach out to a larger canvass of people through the kiosk than the awareness camps organised by it.”                                                                                              – Vandana Verma, DLSA Secretary, Mahasamund, Chhattisgarh


“NyayaPath is a great initiative and is helping people in this region by allowing them to come to these kiosks and getting free legal information.”
– Mr Kaushal Kishore Jha, former DLSA Secretary, Palamu


“In Chatra, where people don’t have access to all this legal information, this kiosk in a boon. I would like people to come to these kiosks and also get information related to their pending cases. Adding CIS to NyayaPath should prompt more people to visit these kiosks.”
– Mr JPN Pandey, former DLSA Chairperson, Chatra


“Being appointed as a kiosk operator in Ramgarh Collectrate has helped me financially, I am a single mother with two young children.”
– Ms Meera Devi, Kiosk Operator, Ramgarh (Unfortunately, she died on October 1, 2014)


“I have learnt so much so much more on legal rights while using this easy to operate kiosk.”
– Mr Chandra Shekhar Yadav, PLV Deoghar


“Right to Information, MGNREGA and Disability Rights are viewed most often in Chatra.”
– Mr Rahul Gupta, PLV Chatra


“As a first point for legal information, I am glad that I came to this kiosk to get information in general. I saw so many options to choose from and took back printouts to read out to my family too. I did not have to pay for this service.”
– Mr Rakesh Kumar (a visitor), Ranchi


“A woman recently came to NyayaPath looking for some information. I helped her through kiosk navigation and explained her women rights. She has filed a complaint against her husband.”            
– Ms Richa Raj Gupta, Para Legal Volunteer/Kiosk Operator, Sarguja (Ambikapur), Chhattisgarh


“In Kondagaon where people did not have much awareness, NyayaPath has brought a wind of change. Women are appreciating this initiative a lot.”
– Ms Tabassum Memon, Para Legal Volunteer/Kiosk Operator, Kondagaon, Chhattisgarh