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Lok Adalat for Bank Recovery, other cases held at Srinagar, Ganderbal, Bandipor

Ziraat Times News Network

SRINAGAR, APRIL 20: As per plan of action/Lok-Adalat calendar for the year, 2024, issued by J&K Legal Services Authority, the District Legal Services Authorities of Srinagar, Ganderbal and Bandipora districts today conducted Lok-Adalat on Motor Accident Claims Tribunal (MACT) & Bank Recovery Cases.

The said special Lok Adalats were aimed to provide a platform for speedy and amicable resolution of pending cases in the courts at various levels related to Motor Accidents Claim Tribunals (MACT) and bank recovery matters.

At Srinagar, the Lok Adalat was held at the District Court Complex Mominabad Srinagar, and Addl. Spl. Mobile Magistrate (13th FC) Panthachowk under the direction and supervision of Jawad Ahmed, Chairman of the District Legal Services Authority (Pr. District & Sessions Judge) Srinagar.
For amicable settlement of cases, three benches were constituted.

In Motor Accident related cases, Bench No. 1 had taken 22 cases for settlement out of which 02 cases were amicably settled and Rs. 5,63,000 was awarded as settlement amount, Bench No. 2 had taken up 37 cases for settlement out of which 37 cases were amicably settled and Rs. 100,30,224/- was awarded as settlement amount.

Overall 69 cases were taken up for settlement, out of which 49 cases were amicably settled and Rs. 13,992,451 was awarded as settlement amount in Motor Accident Claims Tribunal (MACT) and bank recovery cases.

At Ganderbal, the District Legal Services Authority (DLSA) Ganderbal conducted Lok-Adalat under the supervision and chairmanship of Ritesh Kumar Dubey, Chairman DLSA (Pr. District & Sessions Judge) Ganderbal, and under the guidance of Nusrat Ali Hakak, Secretary DLSA Ganderbal.
The Lok-Adalat was constituted of a single bench that took up 53 cases, out of which 50 cases were amicably settled/compromised and an amount of Rs 28,98,000 was awarded as settlement amount in MACT & Bank Recovery Cases.

At Bandipora, the District Legal Services Authority (DLSA) Bandipora conducted Lok Adalat under the chairmanship of Chairman DLSA, who is also Pr. Distt. & Sessions Judge Bandipora today at District Court Complex, here on MACT & Bank Recovery Cases.
The Court had identified MACT and Bank Recovery Cases for the Lok Adalat beforehand and same were placed before one bench constituted for settlement in the Lok Adalat.

A total number of 23 Cases were taken up for their amicable settlement, out of which 06 matters were settled and Rs. 4,96,600 was realized as settlement amount.

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