Srinagar, Apr 11: National Lok Adalats were held at Bandipora, Kupwara and Kulgam today where cases pertaining to family matters and labour issues were taken up and many of them resolved on spot. A National Lok Adalat ( NLA) was held in Bandipora, which was chaired by Principal District and Sessions Judge, Puneet Gupta. Fifty six cases regarding family matters and labour issues were taken up during the NLA, out of which 32 cases were settled amicably and Rs 3600 realized on the spot. Meanwhile, NLA was also held at Kupwara here today. As many as 201 cases pertaining to family and labour matters were taken up during the Lok Adalat, out of which 168 cases were settled amicably and Rs 21800 realized as fine. A National Lok Adalat was also held under the chairmanship of Principal District and Sessions Judge Kulgam, Subash C Gupta in collaboration with chairman Tehsil Legal Services Committee, Kulgam, C L Bavoria. Four benches were constituted, two at district headquarters, one each at DH Pora and Qazigund. All the benches were headed by the judicial officers.
As many as 250 cases pertaining to family and labour matters were taken up during the NLA, out of which 198 cases were settled amicably and Rs 55925 were also realized as fine.
Srinagar, July 11: National Lok Adalats held across the state on Saturday settled 5251 cases related to public utility services, an official spokesman said.
As per the spokesman, National Lok Adalats for electricity, water, telephone and other public utility service cases at district and tehsil levels were held under the patronage of Justice N Paul Vasanthakumar, Chief Justice, High Court of J& K and Patron- in- Chief J& K State Legal Services Authority, and under the guidance of Justice Mohammad Yaqoob Mir, Judge, High Court of J& K and Executive Chairman, J& K State Legal Services Authority.
"A total number of 5251 cases were settled in the National Lok Adalat and an amount of Rs 14565371 was settled", he said.
Srinagar, Aug 9: A National Lok Adalat for bank matters was held across the State on Saturday under the patronage of Justice N Paulvasabthakum, Chief Justice of J& K High Court and guidance of Justice Muhammad Yaqoob Mir, Executive Chairman J& K SLSA. A total of 671 cases were disposed of and about Rs 17 crore settled in bank recovery cases.