Hyderabad: The Executive Chairman, National Legal Services Authority was pleased to direct the Legal Services Functionaries to convene National Lok Adalat throughout the country on by-monthly basis and the next Lok Adalat during this year will be held on September 09, 2017 to cut short the long pending cases with a Moto not only to reduce the burden on the courts but also to provide immediate relief to the litigant public.
As per the directions of the the Acting Chief Justice, High Court of Judicature at Hyderabad for the State of Telangana and the State of Andhra Pradesh and Patron-in-Chief, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh State Legal Services Authorities, Executive Chairman, Telangana State Legal Services Authority, Member Secretaries of both the States and the Chairperson and the Secretary of City Civil Court Legal Services Authority, Hyderabad convened a meeting with the State level Officers of Insurance Companies and Bank Officials in the Conference Hall of State Legal Services Authority, Hyderabad to chalk out the feasibility of settling more number of cases pertaining to Motor Accident Claims and Bank Cases pending on the file of various courts in the State of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
In the said meeting, emphasis is made on the need of settling the compensation in Motor Accident Cases, settlement of Bank Cases speedily and amicably in the ensuing National Lok Adalat to be held on 09-9-2017 and all the participant Officers assured to extend their co-operation in this regard for settling more number of Motor Accident Claim cases and Bank Cases pending on the file of various courts in the State of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
In this connection, we appeal to the public who are the claimants in Motor Accident Claim cases and Bank Cases and whose cases are pending on the file of various Courts to participate in the ensuing National Lok Adalat on September 09, 2017 and get speedy justice and immediate relief by getting their matters settled before National Lok Adalat and get benefit of refund of Court Fee already pain in pending cases. (Maxim News)