Vizakhapatnam 3rd in Solving Cases in Lok Adalat

Published: 13th September 2015 05:13 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th September 2015 05:13 AM   |  A+A-

VISAKHAPATNAM : The long pending cases in courts could be solved in lok adalats, said Fourth District Additional and Sessions Judge N Narsinga Rao, during the Lok Adalat session conducted at the district judge court in the city Saturday. The sessions were conducted in Srikakulam and Vizianagaram districts also.

Addressing the occasion, Narsinga Rao said that as many as 2,722 cases were referred by the police to the Lok Adalat session here Saturday. He said that Visakhapatnam district stood third in solving the cases in the Lok Adalat sessions. He also said that pamphlets on solved cases through Lok Adalat should be circulated to create awareness among people. Bar Association members and members of legal fraternity took part.

About 324 cases out of a total of 326 which were referred to the Lok Adalat session held in Vizianagaram were disposed of. Vizianagaram district Judge M Lakshmi Narayana took part in the Lok Adalat and opined that there was a need to solve the long-pending cases in the court, for which public must make use of the lok adalats.

He said they had received 326 cases for which they conducted the Lok Adalats in S Kota, Kottavalasa, Salur and Parvathipuram courts.

Meanwhile, the Lok Adalat was also conducted in Srikakulam district, headed by District Judge V Apparao. He said that the district stands second in solving cases.

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