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Over 12,000 cases settled amicably in Lok Adalat of J&K’s Srinagar

INTERNATIONAL DESK: As many as 12000 cases were settled amicably and a number of above Rs 10 crore as settled money was realized during the third National Lok Adalat held in Jammu and Kashmir’s Srinagar.

The National Lok Adalat was held under the Chairmanship of Mohammad Akram Chowdhary Principal District & Sessions Judge Srinagar.

He also inaugurated the National Lok Adalat at District Court Complex Mominabad Srinagar, in which cases as per NALSA directions were fixed.

Ten benches were constituted in which bench one comprised Special Judge Anti Corruption Jatinder Singh Jamwal and Pradeep Kumar Presiding Officer MACT Court Srinagar.

Noor Muhammad Mir Secretary District Legal Services Authority Srinagar Coordinated the National Lok Adalat in Srinagar.

A total number of 12,629 cases were taken up for their amicable settlement out of which 12,003 cases were settled. Besides this Rs 3,12,14,411/-was awarded as compensation by MACT Court Srinagar and Rs 4,19,56,719 has been recovered as a settlement amount by Additional District Bank Judge Srinagar.

A fine of Rs 47,94,250 has been recovered by different Courts, and in addition to this Rs 2,31,79,903 has been settled by different courts in Srinagar. Total Settled amount in district Srinagar is Rs 10,11,45,283. (India Blooms)

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