By TC News Desk
Agartala, December 09: The fourth National Lok Adalat of the year in Tripura witnessed the successful resolution of 8,752 cases, with a noteworthy collection of Rs 2.71 crore. J Datta Chowdhury, the newly appointed secretary of the Tripura State Law Service Commission, disclosed that this people’s court addressed a total of 16,988 cases across 67 benches.
Of the cases taken up for settlement, 11,761 were related to previous disputes, demonstrating the Adalat’s focus on clearing longstanding legal matters. Additionally, 5,227 pending cases in the court were also considered for resolution during this session.
Chowdhury informed that a dedicated bench was established in the Tripura High Court as part of the National Lok Adalat. Across the state, a total of 67 benches were constituted, effectively disposing of 8,752 cases. Among these, 8,122 cases were linked to previous disputes, while 630 pending cases in the court were addressed.
The day proved to be financially productive for the people’s court, as a sum of Rs 2.71 crore, 67 thousand, and 827 was collected during the proceedings. The successful resolution of cases and the substantial collection underscore the efficiency and impact of the National Lok Adalat in Tripura.