As Indian Justice Technology (JusTech) has registered over 1 crore cases across the state of Rajasthan, the first-ever Digital Lok Adalat is all set to repeat history with the upcoming Lok Adalat on November 12, 2022.
New Delhi [India], August 13 (ANI): The State Legal Services Authorities of Rajasthan and Maharashtra on Saturday launched the Digital Lok Adalat in the respective states as part of the third National Lok Adalat of 2022.
New Delhi [India], March 12 (ANI): Over 40 lakh cases in a single day disposed of after large crowds turned up in the court complexes of the country in the first physical National Lok Adalat of year, NALSA said on Saturday.
New Delhi Jan 23 PTI In a first a National Legal Services Authority tableau depicting Lok Adalat will participate in the Republic Day parade on Rajpath here on January 26 The theme of the float by the Law Ministry NALSA is Ek Mutthi Aasman Inclusive Legal System Lok Adalat officials said The front part of the tableau showcases Nyay Sbke Liye a hand gesture of fearlessness guarantee and protection they said On the rear of the float a hand can be seen opening its five fingers one by one depicting five guiding principles of Lok Adalats -- accessible definitive affordable equitable and timely justice for all Lok Adalat is an innovative and a popular mechanism of alternative dispute resolution to resolve legal disputes in a spirit of conciliation outside the court It follows a simple and informal procedure to settle disputes in the shortest possible time The order or the award of Lok Adalat is final and non-appealable During the national Lok Adalats organised in 2021 12787329 cases were settled PTI NAB AQS AQS
New Delhi Dec 18 PTI Power discom TPDDL will hold Lok Adalat on Sunday for mutual settlement of power theft and metre tampering cases a spokesperson of the company said Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited in association with the Delhi State Legal Services Authority will be conducting these sessions at the Permanent Lok Adalat Mata Sundari Lane Near Bal Bhavan and the discoms EAC office at Sector-3 Rohini from 10 am with strict adherence of COVID-19 guidelines he said Litigants may pre-register to the Lok Adalat on the number 19124 or at the EAC office The session will provide consumerslitigants residing in North and North-West Delhi a one-time opportunity for an amicable and on-the-spot settlement he said Cases that are either pending in any court of law or are yet to be filed will be taken up by the Lok Adalat Litigants can either attend in person or through their representatives carrying authorisation letter photo ID and a copy of their theft bill he said PTI VIT CJ CJ
Thane Sep 26 PTI A couple here in Maharashtra who lost their 21-year-old son in a road accident in 2018 have decided to use the compensation amount of Rs 2730 lakh to provide education and other facilities to the poor and needy tribal children The Thane Motor Accident Claims Tribunal MACT on Friday heard their application seeking a claim of Rs 50 lakh for their sons death on June 30 2018 Their son died in Bhandup area of the Eastern Express Highway in neighbouring Mumbai when the car in which he was travelling hit a road-divider and jumped on to the other lane where it collided head-on with a container truck coming from the opposite direction Following the intervention of MACT member and District Judge R N Rokade the mans parents both retired from their jobs settled for an amount of Rs 2730 lakh with the cars insurer towards compensation Advocate Pradeep Tillu who represented the couple before the MACT said they have created a trust in the memory of their son and decided to use to claim amount to help the poor and needy children in their education and sports activities The couple said No doubt we are sad that we lost our son but at the same time we want to give back to the society and have set up a trust to help the poor and needy children The couple had earlier donated their sons eyes on the day of his death Meanwhile MACT member Rokade settled 180 accident claims during a Lok Adalat held here on Saturday PTI COR GK GK
Kohima Aug 30 PTI The Nagaland government has planned to reduce crimes against women and children decrease the number of murders and curb cases of corruption by 2030 by strengthening the machinery of law enforcement participation of women in dispensing justice and extending Police Ke Pathshala in higher secondary levels according to a vision document Police Ke Pathshala is an outreach programme to connect the police and student community of the Northeastern state Nagaland SDG Vision 2030 - Leaving no one behind unveiled by Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio recently outlined the short medium and long-term strategies to achieve 17 sustainable development goals SDG including peace justice and strong institutions Greater participation by women would help create a positive impact by making the police and legal system more accessible to women it said Recruiting more women besides increasing the number of police stations run by them would help in increasing their participation in the institutional system the document said To achieve the state level target of ending all forms of violence against children and reducing violence at large the state will continue to invest in making the police force more robust it said The vision statement pointed out that of the total 1802 cases registered under the Indian Penal Code IPC and local and special laws in the state in 2019 86 cases about 47 per cent pertained to crime against women Of the total number of cases in 2019 50 were related to crime against children and 23 were murder cases The state government is aiming at reducing the proportion of crime against women to the total number of crimes to 2 per cent by 2030 the document said It also seeks to bring down the proportion of crime against children to 016 per cent per 100000 population and reduce the number of murder cases and corruption significantly by 2030 On the challenges faced by the government the document pointed out that courts are burdened with long-pending cases that delay justice Citing lack of adequate community participation as another challenge it said local communities can play a significant role in policing to encourage ecentralisation and giving greater power to the common man The vision document proposed that fast-track courts and e-courts must be encouraged to enable speedy delivery of justice Alongwith these measures the Lok Adalat system must be further strengthened and made more efficient and paralegal volunteers PLVs must be well-equipped to improve justice delivery it said The vision document maintained that the government would focus on ensuring equal access to justice for all PTI NBS MM MM
Tribune News ServicePatiala August 21The District and Sessions Judge-cum-Chairman District Legal Services Authority Rajinder Aggarwal said 33 Benches were constituted at monthly Lok Adalat on SaturdayIn all 526 cases were taken up in the monthly Lok Adalat out of which 171 cases were settled and an amount of Rs33609810 was awarded he addedAll types of cases including pre-litigation cases under Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act money recovery cases labour and employment disputes electricity water and other bill payment cases excluding non-compoundable and maintenance cases were taken up in the monthly Lok Adalat he saidWhen a case is settled in Lok Adalat its award becomes final and no appeal lies against it she addedAnother National Lok Adalat would be held on September 11 she said