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1.5 Lakh Cases Worth Rs 100 cr Settled in National Lok Adalat

NALSA in press release said that today\'s total value of settlement reached was around Rs 100 crore.

Published: 12th March 2016 08:49 PM  |   Last Updated: 12th March 2016 08:49 PM   |  A+A-

By PTI

NEW DELHI:Around 1.5 lakh civil and revenue cases were today settled in the National Lok Adalats held at all levels from the taluk courts to the High Courts across the country.

The National Lok Adalat, organised by the National Legal Services Authority (NALSA) along with the respective State Legal Services Authorities, dealt with 47,000 pending and 1.06 lakh pre-litigation matters.

NALSA in press release said that today's total value of settlement reached was around Rs 100 crore.

"As per the figures received till 4.30 P.M, around 1.53 lakh cases have been settled, out of which 47 thousand are pending matters and 1.06 lakh are pre-litigation matters. The total value of settlement reached today is around Rs 100 crores," it said.

NALSA added that the National Lok Adalat has benefitted the common man and has been achieved not only because of the Legal Services Authorities/Committees but also because of the cooperation extended by the Judges, Lawyers and other concerned authorities.

The National Lok Adalat was organized today under the patronage of Chief Justice of India T S Thakur, and Justice Anil R Dave, who is also the Executive Chairman of the National Legal Services Authority (NALSA) across the nation (excluding  Bihar and Madhya Pradesh) in all courts at all levels from the Taluk Courts to the Districts Courts and High Courts.



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