[Mental Healthcare Act] Will nominate remaining members to State Mental Health Authority shortly: State to Kerala High Court

The petitioner, KELSA, averred that the non-constitution of the State Mental Health Authority and the Board constituted a violation of the fundamental rights of persons with mental illnesses.
Mental Health
Mental Health

The Kerala Government informed the Kerala High Court on Tuesday that it has been taking steps to constitute the State Mental Health Authority as prescribed by the Mental Health Care Act, 2017 (Kerala Legal Services Authority v. State of Kerala).

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