A beacon in dark

Mr. Magha Ram Advocate being belonging to minority community have a natural sympathy to provide legal support to the minority community, mostly peasants families in Tharparkar, Mirpurkhas and Umerkot districts. He is a member of Bar Council Umerkot. He lives and practices in Umerkot city. He has taken up 300 cases of farmers, who had been languishing in private confinements of landlords and got them free through legal process throughout his practice. Apart from this, he claims to have appeared in courts for defending 10 cases of forced conversion in which he remained successful to save the people on legal ground. During these cases, he faced lot of difficulties and pressures by political parties and certain landlords and chieftains but he stood on his own feet with confidence to support the marginalized and suppressed people.

Mr. Magha Ram advocate was born in a village, situated in Taluka Chachro, Tharparkar district. He got his primary education from Primary School Bhagisar Taluka Chachro. After that he moved to Umerkot with father, who was working with Police department. Magha Ram during his stay in Umerkot city continued his education and cleared matriculation and Intermediate examinations from Umerkot city.

Mr. Magha Ram participated and facilitated in SRPO’s event of one-day training for Bar council members and played inspiring role for lawyers fraternity. Since then he has been known as a daring activist to fight cases of oppressed people in the courts of these districts. He is working with a passion to support poor and marginalized and known as beacon in the dark for such people.

He says that in these three districts Umerkot, Mirpurkhas and Tharparkar people belonging to minority castes are in majority, comparing to other partsof Sindh province. There are many issues and problems with these marginalized communities. Mostly they face cruelties at the hands of tyrants in these three districts.

In the year 2009 he got admission in Sindh Law Collage, Hyderabad to study LLB. He was pursuing his career in this field. From his childhood he was very much sensitive and have very much feeling for the minority community as he also represents the same. That was why he selected the law college for further study and became advocate to fight for justice against such landlords. At the time of law college day, he was very much active to participate in different events and programs related to culture and religious harmony. During his study in law college and stay in Hyderabad, he started teaching to students as a tutor to earn little amount to meet the financial needs. He wanted to continue study on his own and extend support to his father to meet the needs of financial resources for family.

He gives credit to his father and family members, whose support made him successful in this field and able to fight the cases of vulnerable people of the society.

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