Trg prog on alternative dispute resolution mechanism concludes
Srinagar, July 24: The first-of-its-kind training programme in Kashmir aimed to settle matters of the litigants quickly through alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanism concluded here today in Baramulla.
Administrative Judge for Baramulla and Kupwara district, Justice Hasnain Masoodi president over the function to conclude the six-day training programme for Judges and Advocates at Baramulla.
On the occasion, Justice Masoodi stressed for result oriented mediation and follow up. “If the mediation meets positive results, the disputes of the litigants would be resolved expeditiously,” he said.
Highlighting advantages of the new concept of mediation, Principal District and Sessions Judge, Baramulla, Gous-ul-Nisa Jeelani said, “that mediation repairs the spoiled relation of the parties.”
“It makes win-win situation for both the parties as they settle the dispute themselves through the intervention of mediators. It saves time as there is no adjudication and scope for appeal or revision. The Court fee is refunded to the parties and the relation of the parties is restored,” she said.
Two trained mediators from Delhi Mediation Centre, Shailender Kour and Poonam imparted intensive training to 20 empanelled mediators from the two districts. The main objective of the training was to facilitate the mediators and parties in joint or separate sessions to reach at an amicable settlement without wasting time and money.
The proceedings of the programme were conducted by Munsiff judicial Magistrate Ist Class, Baramulla Fayaz Ahmad Qureshi. President Bar Association Abdul Salam Rather gave vote of thanks on the occasion.
Principal District and Sessions Judge and Coordinator Mediation Centre, Kupwara Sheikh Altaf Hussain, Registrar Rules High Court of J&K and Coordinator Mediation Centre Main Wing Shujat Ali Khan, Deputy Commissioner Baramulla, judges of both the districts, senior officers of police amongst others were present on the occasion.
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