Durg. A house survived a breakdown in the National Lok Adalat held on Saturday in the District Court. There was a case of divorce of husband and wife in the court, in which both wanted to separate from each other due to the dispute. But in the Lok Adalat, given the advice of the court, their problem was also solved. Husband and wife decided to lead a happy married life together.
Under the guidance of National Legal Services Authority and State Legal Services Authority and under the direction of District Legal Services Authority Chairman and District Judge Rajesh Srivastava, District Court Durg, Behavioral Court Bhilai-3, Civil Court, Patan and Juvenile Justice Board, Labor Court, National Lok Adalat was organized at Permanent Lok Adalat, Public Service, Durg.
A total of 48 benches were constituted, a total of 4173 court cases and a total of hundred pre-litigation cases were disposed of in the National Lok Adalat, in which the total settlement amount was Rs.8,82,37,297. In the court cases that were dismissed, nine hundred 73 criminal cases, 88 electricity cases, 41 claims, one hundred 80 family cases, two hundred 36 check dishonor cases, 37 civil suit cases and 63 cases of labor court, other 5511 cases and permanent public 88 cases were disposed of in court, public utility service, Durg and out of these 2929 cases related to revenue courts were dismissed.
In case of dispute between husband and wife were resolved through resignation. Family Court For matters related to the dispute of married life between husband and wife, the case of divorce or maintenance by both the parties was presented in the court. Both the Presiding Officer of the Family Court and the members of the Division Bench agreed on the advice given on the family dispute. In some cases, in the absence of the parties, the consent of the resignation letter was sent through mobile van, in which the applicants gave their consent to finish the cases through the resignation letter. In a motor accident claim case, the victim applicant was seriously injured in the accident and was undergoing treatment in Chhapra (Bihar). Presently he is on a wheelchair. After mediation before the Bench, the insurance company agreed to resign for ten lakh rupees.