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Over 400 cases settled by National Lok Adalat across Arunachal

Out of the total of 1533 listed cases, over 420 cases were disposed of with a total settlement amount of Rs 2,21,70,538, APSLSA Member Secretary Yomge Ado informed.

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Itanagar: More than 400 cases, including the ones pending in the court of law and those at the pre-litigation stage, were settled in the 4th National Lok Adalat conducted across Arunachal Pradesh on Saturday with a settlement amount of over Rs 2.21 crore.

The fourth National Lok Adalat of this year was conducted by Arunachal Pradesh State Legal Services Authority (APSLSA) under the aegis of the National Legal Services Authority (NALSA) in various courts of the state along with the rest of the nation.

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Out of the total of 1533 listed cases, over 420 cases were disposed of with a total settlement amount of Rs 2,21,70,538, APSLSA Member Secretary Yomge Ado informed.

Today’s National Lok Adalat proceedings were held at the District & Sessions Court of Yupia, Aalo, Tezu and Bomdila; Additional District & Sessions Court of Basar; Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) courts of Roing, Yupia, Seppa, Aalo, Pasighat, Ziro, Changlang, Daporijo & Bomdila; and Judicial Magistrate First Class (JMFC) courts of Namsai, Yupia, Khonsa, Koloriang, Longding, Palin, Hawai and Anini, totaling 22 benches.

National Lok Adalat is conducted quarterly every year in numerous courts of the country, where the disputes/cases that are pending in a court or are at the pre-litigation stage are compromised or settled in an amicable manner.

Lok Adalat is one of the alternate dispute redressal mechanisms. It is conducted to lessen the burden of the courts by settling the pending cases in a speedy manner, the APSLSA member secretary said. 

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