627 were taken up for amicable settlement in which 506 cases Disposed off.
GANDERBAL A National Lok Adalat was held in the District Court Complex, Ganderbal and Munsiff Court Kangan on Saturday. The National Lok Adalat was chaired by the Principal district and sessions Judge Ganderbal,Raja Shujat Ali.
627 cases pertaining to the provisions of matrimonial disputes, bank recovery, MACT, Labour, electric, PHE, criminal compoundable cases and traffic challans etc were taken up for amicable settlement during the Lok Adalat out of which 506 cases were settled and a settlement amount of Rs 1264992/.
Four benches were constituted, First Bench headed by Principal and district sessions Judge Ganderbal, Raja Shujat Ali, and another Member Was Addl. Deputy Commissioner Ganderbal Naseer Ahmad Wani, Second Bench headed by Chief Judicial Magistrate, Ganderbal Mehraj Ud Din Sofi and another member was Adv. Syed Saif Ud Din, Third Bench headed by Munsiff Judicial Magistrate Ganderbal Mansoor Ahmad Lone and another member was Adv. Miss Tahira, one bench in Kangan court headed by Munsif Judicial Magistrate Kangan, Iqbal Rafiq Waqil and another member was Adv. Jamal Ud Din,were constituted for the settlement of cases, where people sought timely justice as per their expectations.
Many artisans and other bank defaulters were relieved off their burdens by heavy waiver and married couples who had appeared in the court with plenty of complaints and grievances for each other, were later seen coming out hand in hand with big smiles on their faces and the new dreams and promises in their eyes for a happy and prosperous life ahead.
People lauded the timely justice and settlement of cases by the way of taking quick and satisfactory decisions under National Lok Adalat.
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