Purpose – The purpose of this this article is to give briefing about Fundamental Right to Free Legal Aid In India with the Judicial Contribution of the Supreme Court of India. It also highlights the organizations and bodies that are responsible for providing legal aid to needy and poor people it further focuses on justice to be provided if one cannot afford it.
Design/methodology/approach - The article uses case studies, planning provisions, different ideas in order to provide with the knowledge of legal aid in India. Legal terms and their significance are addressed in a manner that will also be comprehensible to a non-legally trained readership.
Findings – There are certain judicial decisions and laws that are demonstrating the free legal aid that is provided in India to needy and poor people in a prescribed manner. The article focuses on the issues related to free legal aid and provides laws, provisions, case studies that deal with free legal aid.
Research limitations/implications – Free legal aid is related with the justice in the country. it basically points out how justice must not be constrained to how much money one has and therefore legal aid must be provided to needy and poor people.
Originality/value - The research focuses on providing fair, honest trial and also justice to the people who cannot afford it and also the organizations that help to promote it.