Help and Support

Last updated on Apr 8, 2022

You can reach out to the National Legal Services Authority to lodge a complaint here. You can lodge a grievance and track your application.

 

You can email or call the state-wise authorities (Legal Service Authorities) given below in case of a grievance, or if you need help and support. 

State Helpline Number/Contact Number Email Address Postal Address 
Delhi 1516 dslsa-phc@nic.in

dlsathebest@rediffmail.com

Delhi State Legal Services Authority,

Central Office, Pre – Fab Building,

Patiala House Courts, New Delhi.

Haryana 18001802057 http://www.hslsa.gov.in/helpline Haryana State Legal Services Authority,

Institutional Plot No.09,Sector-14 Panchkula (Near Kisan Bhawan)

Kerala +91 9846 700 100 kelsakerala@gmail.com Member Secretary,

Office of the Kerala State Legal Services Authority,

Niyama Sahaya Bhavan,

High Court Compound

Ernakulam, Kochi,

Kerala State

Himachal Pradesh +91 94180 33385

15100 (toll-free)

Nyaya Sanyog: 0177-2629862

mslegal-hp@nic.in The Member Secretary, HP State Legal Services Authority, Block No. 22, S.D.A. Complex, Kasumpti, Shimla
Maharashtra 1800 22 23 24 mslsa-bhc@nic.in 105, High court (PWD) Building, Fort, Mumba.
Gujarat 18002337966  msguj.lsa@nic.in 3rd Floor, Near Gujarat High Court Post Office,

Gujarat High Court Campus,

Sola, Ahmedabad

Madhya Pradesh 15100 mplsajab@nic.in
Assam  0361-2601843, 2516367 mailto:assamslsa1@gmail.com Assam State Legal Services Authority, Adjacent to Gauhati High Court New Block
Orissa 0671-2307071 oslsa@nic.in Odisha State Legal Services Authority,

S.O.20,

Cantonment Road (Gopabandhu Marg), Cuttack

Tamil Nadu 1516 tnslsa.lae@gmail.com Tamil Nadu State Legal Services Authority,

North Fort Road, High Court Campus,

Chennai 

Karnataka 1800-425-90900 Karslsa@gmail.com Karnataka State Legal Services Authority,

Nyaya Degula Building, 1st Floor, H.Siddaiah Road,

Bengaluru

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