Delhi: Around 8,000 cases disposed off in Lok Adalat
The Lok Adalat organised by Delhi Legal Services Authority (DLSA) on Saturday disposed of around 8,000 cases pending before various district courts here.
New Delhi: The Lok Adalat organised by Delhi
Legal Services Authority (DLSA) on Saturday disposed of around 8,000
cases pending before various district courts here.
Organized in all the six district court complexes here,
the Lok Adalats were presided by the subordinate judiciary
judges, said DLSA in a statement.
Besides 7,900 long-pending cases of varied nature, 83
cases pertaining to accident claim tribunals were also
disposed off with award of compensation of over Rs 1.50 crore.
In addition to the pending cases, 35 cases relating to
various banks and financial institutions were also disposed of
at pre-litigation stage.
Chief Justice of Delhi High Court Justice Dipak Misra
also participated in Lok Adalats organised at Patiala House
district court complex and supervised over judges settling a
number of cases.
DLSA conducts Lok Adalats for all kinds of civil and
criminal cases every second Saturday to decrease the huge
pendency of cases.