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ساهمت "مبادرة العدالة الناجزة والقضاء المستعجل" في "الهند" في حل آلاف القضايا والنزاعات التي طال انتظار المسلمين في "كشمير" لحلها عبر السنوات الماضية، وذلك من خلال نظام يقوم على التسوية والتراضي بين الخصوم.
وقد أكد العديد من المسلمين أن التسوية والتراضي كنوع من القضاء المستعجل قد وفَّر الجهد والمال؛ مما قد يُبذل في المسارات القانونية التقليدية، إلا أن نظام التراضي تم الاتفاق عليه للفصل في النزاعات المعلقة التي قد تستغرق مددًا زمنية طويلة، فتم استبدالها بتوافق الخصوم على التسوية والتراضي؛ المصدر: شبكة الألوكة.
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Delivery Justice Brings Hope To Kashmiris
Thousands of cases have been resolved in speedy trials across India administered Jammu and Kashmir, bringing Kashmiri Muslims late justice and settling years-old conflicts.
“We got the dispute settled in Lok Adalat today and decided to live like a good humans,” Gani Khanday, who had a land dispute with his relative Rasool Lone, told OnIslam.net.
Rasool Lone was also happy that the 12-year-old dispute has been finally solved.
“I have spent more than 30 thousands till now but today I could understand that compromise is the best way and one must compromise with life also as life also fades some time and we all have to die one day,” he said.
The case of Khanday and Rasool was one of more than 58 thousand cases which were settled on Saturday, November 23, in Kashmir Lok Adalat.
Headed by Justice Virender Singh, the National Legal Services Authority (NALSA) Saturday organized the National Lok Adalat, speedy justice, across the country.
The sessions were attended by advocates, standing counsels of respective Banks/ departments, and large number of litigants/claimants.
“In both wings of High Courts in Jammu and Kashmir and in all 22 District Legal Services Authorities, 58403 cases were settled and total compensation of Rs 29.2655656 Crore was awarded to victims of Motor Accidents,” official press release said here.
For many Kashmiri Muslims, the court sessions rescued them from years-old litigation processes which consumed their time and money.
For Zeba, a Kashmiri woman who had a dispute with her neighbor Hamidullah on just one Marla of land, the Lok Adalat played role of an angle as her ten year old case got decided on compromise basis in Subordinate court of Qazigund in south Kashmir.
“I am thankful to Munsiff Raj Kumar Lalhal who makes me to understand that prolonged litigation is not a way to resolve the disputes and we finally distribute the land and I got 100 feet while my opponent got 80 feet of land,” she told Onislam.net.
“Had we compromised the matter earlier we could have saved both time and money.”
For many Muslims, these types of Adalats are best way to resolve the disputes provided one shuns his ego and enter into compromise.
“I am happy that my case got settled today had I been able to compromise earlier I could have save both money and time as well,” Gh Hassan told Onislam.net, adding that prolonged litigation is always fatal for both parties.
Bringing a speedy justice, Lok Adalat was praised as a huge success for legal service authority.
“Organizing Lok Adalats is a big initiative in Judiciary as people get speedy justice in pending case on compromise basis,” Advocate Mushtaq Ahmad practicing in Pulwama district court told Onislam.net, adding the step minimizes the number of litigations and also give sigh of relief to the litigants.
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