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first_imgNews UpdatesHaryana Legal Services Authority Conducts E-Lok Adalat LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK25 Sep 2020 2:43 AMShare This – xToday, on 25.09.2020, Mr Justice Rajiv Sharma, Judge, Punjab and Haryana High Court-cum-Executive Chairman, HALSA inaugurated daily e-Lok Adalats in the state of Haryana. The daily e-Lok Adalats will be held in the State starting from today i.e. 25.09.2020 in order to help the litigants for amicable settlement of disputes. The concept of holding…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginToday, on 25.09.2020,  Mr Justice Rajiv Sharma, Judge, Punjab and Haryana High Court-cum-Executive Chairman, HALSA inaugurated daily e-Lok Adalats in the state of Haryana. The daily e-Lok Adalats will be held in the State starting from today i.e. 25.09.2020 in order to help the litigants for amicable settlement of disputes. The concept of holding daily e-Lok Adalat has been started by HALSA as initiative to provide one such solution to settle their grievances by use of Alternative Dispute Redressal mechanism. During his address Mr. Justice Rajiv Sharma, said that owing to success of the E-Lok Adalat and for regular benefit of the litigants, daily e-Lok Adalats will be started from today wherein cases will be taken up by the Courts in the state of Haryana on daily basis by use of Electronic Platform. His lordship further apprised that Haryana State Legal Services Authority has already successfully convened E-Lok Adalat on 18.09.2020 in which a total of 8538 cases were settled. The daily e-Lok Adalat is an another step forward to build on the foundation already laid. He highlighted the difficulties being faced by litigants and recognized the efforts put up by HALSA through DLSAs by extending all possible help either directly or through District Administration in Lockdown period be it release of prisoners, providing food, distribution of masks, hand sanitizers or timely help to the migrants besides other issues. His Lordship further envisaged the need for maximum use of technology to provide necessary relief and ensure amicable settlement of disputes in Courts and wished that this initiative will be a milestone is providing timely justice to the needy. Sh. Parmod Goyal, Member Secretary, HALSA stated that E-Daily Lok Adalat will provide much-needed relief to litigants owing to the restrictive working of Courts in view of COVID 19 Pandemic. The event was attended by all the Ld. District and Sessions Judges-cum-Chairpersons; Chief Judicial Magistrates-cum-Secretaries, Presiding Officers of benches of E-daily Lok Adalats, other Judicial Officers, Chairpersons of Permanent Lok Adalat (Public Utility Services), litigants, besides other Members of Legal fraternity in the State of Haryana. Next Storylast_img

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