JKSLSA resolves 4,273 cases in first E-Lok Adalat through digital platform

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New Delhi: The Jammu and Kashmir State Legal Service Authority organized its first E-Lok Adalat through different digital platform modes. A total of 4,273 cases were disposed of by 110 benches across the UT’s of J&K and Ladakh on August 22.

The press release by the J&KSLSA stated that the E-Lok Adalat was organized in all districts of the Union Territory of J&K and Ladakh to achieve the goal of Access to Justice for all and to help the poor litigants tide over their financial problems and untold mental stress.

The E-Lok Adalat/ Video Conferencing Lok Adalat was organized under the guidance of its Patron-in-Chief, Chief Justice Gita MittalJ&K High Court, and under the instruction of Justice Rajesh Bindal J&K High Court.

A total number of 5,757 cases were taken up by 110 Benches across the UT’s of J&K and Ladakh and an amount of Rs 11,49,45,449 was awarded as compensation/ settlement amount in civil, criminal, labor disputes, electricity water bill cases, land acquisition, family matters, cheque dishonour, and bank recovery cases.

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The press release further stated that the disposed of cases include a number of old cases including one 40 years old land dispute in Bhaderwah which ended in a compromise between the parties on the intervention of the bench.

As per the information received from the districts:

  • 5,757 cases were taken up by 110 Benches in the day-long e-Lok Adalat at various courts:
  • 4,273 cases were disposed of during the e-Lok Adalat.
  • An amount of Rs. 11,49,45,449 was awarded as compensation/ settlement.
  • The cases taken up include civil cases, criminal cases, labour disputes, cases concerning electricity and water bills, land acquisition, family matters, cheque dishonour and bank recovery cases.
  • The disposed of cases include a number of old cases, including a 40-year old land dispute in Bhaderwah, which ended in a compromise between the parties following the intervention of the Bench.
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