ADR Centres providing speedy relief to aggrieved parties
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District and Sessions Judge Aaqil Hussain Chohan has said that disputes of families could be resolved through mediation and this is the reason that under the vision of Chief Justice LHC Mansoor Ali Shah ‘Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) Centers have been established giving speedy relief to people. He said this while talking to journalists during a Conference.
During the occasion Senior Civil Judge Admin Shafqat Shahbaz Raja and ADR Senior Civil Judge Mian Maqsood Anjum was also present. District and Sessions Judge Aaqil Hussain Chohan said that ADR centres are giving speedy relief to the aggrieved parties with their mutual consent. He said that years’ long disputes are being resolved in this center after motivation of both the parties. He said, in ADR centre both aggrieved parties are given full time to express their point of view and then after their motivation and consent the case if forwarded to the court for settlement.
He said, people are satisfied with this system as becoming aware of its benefits. He emphasised that the journalists should play a vital role in making people aware about ADR. He said that within a short period across the Punjab four thousand cases have been resolved through mediation, which is certainly a good sign. ADR Centre Senior Civil Judge while talking on the occasion said that in Attock district so far 81 disputes have been resolved through this system. He said, resolving disputes through mediation is a noble deed.


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