Rajbiraj, August 17
Rajbiraj Appellate Court has settled as many as 1,630 cases out of the total of 4,332 newly registered cases and cases transferred from last year in the fiscal 2015/16.
Speaking at a press meet organised on the premises of the court today, Chief Judge Kumar Chudal of the appellate court said 1,630 cases were resolved last fiscal.
According to Chudal, 2,273 cases were registered in the last fiscal while 2,059 cases were transferred from the year before that.
As many as 2,702 cases registered last year have been transferred to the current fiscal as the court could not settle them as per its target, according to Chudal.
The court has set the target of settling 3,538 cases out of a total of 5,203, including those transferred and those to be registered this fiscal.
A total of 2,501 cases are estimated to be registered this fiscal.
On the occasion, Chudal asked service seekers to be wary of middlemen.
“We will not compromise in our endeavour to make justice delivery reliable, fast and fair,” he added.
A version of this article appears in print on August 18, 2016 of The Himalayan Times.