Mobile Lok Adalat commences in Kupwara
Srinagar, Dec 18: A one week mobile Lok Adalat started in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district on Monday. It would be presided over by Principal District and Sessions Judge Kupwara Shahzad Azeem who is also the Chairman of DLSA Kupwara.
The Adalat is being held on the directions of J&K High Court judge, Justice Virender Singh and executive chairman Legal Service Authority J&K.
On the inaugural day the mobile Lok-Adalat was held in Sogam and Lalpora areas of Kupwara and was presided over by Shahzad Azeem and Munsiff Sogam Sajad-ur-Rehman.
144 cases relating to MGNREGA, BPL cards and other civil and matrimonial disputes were settled on the spot on first day. The mobile Adalat would end on December 23.
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