Hyderabad: In a massive exercise, around 1,80,000 pending and pre-litigation cases pending at various stages in several courts in Telangana were disposed of in the National Lok Adalat, conducted here on Saturday .
According to M.V. Ramesh, member secretary of the Telangana State Legal Services Authority, around 1,30,,000 pending cases, which include as many as 1,28,000 criminal cases and remaining 2,000 civil cases, have been disposed of at 88 Lok Adalat centers set up on Saturday. Around 50,000 pre-litigation cases have also been disposed of. The highest number of 40,000 cases has been disposed of In Hyderabad district courts.
In the Telangana High Court, Justice G. Sri Devi and Justice G. Yethirajulu, former judge presided the Lok Adalat benches and settled 447 cases and awarded Rs 6.5 crore tor 740 beneficiaries in all disposed cases.
Murali Mohan, secretary of Legal Services Authority of City Civil Courts in Hyderabad said that a total 850 pending civil cases were disposed of in all civil courts in Hyderabad and Secunderabad and Rs 32 crore compensation was awarded to the beneficiaries .
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