Approximately 36 lakh pending cases decided across country
Geetanjali Minhas | November 26, 2013
The National Lok Adalat held across the country on 23rd November 2013 has settled approximately 36 lakh cases. In Maharashtra, a total of 4, 07,670 cases have been successfully disposed off.
While bulk of cases successfully disposed off were from Thane district, numbering - 1,07,090, followed by 64,516 cases from Pune, 57,041 from Nagpur,37,860 from Mumbai and 17583 from Aurangabad.
Organised under the aegis of Bombay High Court Chief Justice Mohit Shah and Patron in-Chief, Justice SJ Vazifdar, 130 panels across different courts in Mumbai District and Suburban adjudicated over matters placed.
Matters pending, placed and settled before the National Lok Adalat
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