The Chief Justice of the Madhya Pradesh High Court virtually inaugurated three Mediation Centres at the outlying stations of Barwani District
The centres are situated at Anjad, Rajpur and Khetiya.
Mediation is becoming an increasingly popular route to take when solving disputes as it is more cost effective than court, saves time, privacy is considered and amicable ending is paramount. In many cases, it is even considered as the first step of the court process as it is becoming more and more integrated into proceedings.
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After this establishment, the state of has 43 functional District Courts and MediatingCentres in 42 Tehsil Courts.
The main aim is to promote more amicable means to dispute resolution and help in the reduction of litigation through these centres.
On September 26, the High Court Chief Justice, Ajay Kumar Mittal inaugurated the said three Mediation Centres through video conferencing.