The Indian Constitution was designed keeping the most vulnerable in mind. In the last 70 years, a variety of mechanisms have evolved to safeguard the interests of the marginalized. However, their benefits are yet to reach those who need help the most. The reasons are multiple – lack of awareness among beneficiaries, operational hurdles, complexities of processes of dissemination of these mechanisms, and misinformation among citizens as well as officials in administration on problems and opportunities towards eradicating hurdles. While rise of social media has led to better awareness and even positive solution in many cases, it has also brought about new challenges. In many cases, justice or welfare has been outrage-driven. If a case becomes viral, there is speedy delivery of sewa or nyaya. Cases that fail to generate outrage end up as nobody’s concern and are lost in oblivion.
Sewa Nyaya Utthan Foundation is an initiative to beat these challenges in as many cases as possible, get constitutional and civilian service and justice support delivered till end, and evolve a scalable ecosystem where gap between existence of a support mechanism and its delivery becomes negligible.
It will be a citizen-driven initiative powered by intellectuals and executed on ground. It will act as an efficient human interface between the government, public, media and the disadvantaged.
Sewa Nyaya aims to go back to basics and fulfill the vision of the father of our Constitution – Baba Saheb Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar by reaching out to the deprived, through citizen-driven constructive action.