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Sections 102-106 of the Local Government Ordinance, 2001
 
This section included in the constitution to help people to get their dispute
resolved at small levels. For example divorce case can be resolved at
the ‘Nazim’ or even counselor level of the town. This makes people’s
life more comfortable and now so many cases of this nature can be
resolved at this lower level. Do you think that this law really helps
people in resolving issues and reduces the number of cases pending in
the courts?

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Please Discuss here about this GDB.Thanks
Here is the idea solution for the subject:

I agree with the statement this helps public. On one hand this reduced the burden of courts and on other, comforted the people by providing justice and resolution to the problems at almost doorsteps. Following have been the advantages of the Ordnance in question:
a. Timely disposal of minor cases but urgent in nature like divorce/ small disputes at early stages etc.
b. Courts due to their location were away so approach to the court was not possible at times, so it gave a chance to dispose off the case locally.
c. Cost was reduce of the justice.
d. Socially needs of people were swiftly available to all.
e. Courts were less Burdened.
f. Quality of life became better.

You can think of many more points to add and also change the language when you make your own. Copy paste is not advised rather work with its guidance.
As we knew that in Pakistan we have a slow litigation we have spend several years in (dewani ) cases so the Musharraf government passed an ordinance which helps the common man to solve conflicts and their problems that will decreased the pressure of the cases from the courts .
Answer should be like this :
yes,this law really helps in solving people's problems because nobody have to wait for a long procedure in the courts to solve their issues.
Yes, this law really helps people in resolving their issues because people like easy and convenient way to solve their problems and this also helps to reduces the number of cases pending in the courts.
Here is the idea solution for the subject:

I agree with the statement this helps public. On one hand this reduced the burden of courts and on other, comforted the people by providing justice and resolution to the problems at almost doorsteps. Following have been the advantages of the Ordnance in question:
a. Timely disposal of minor cases but urgent in nature like divorce/ small disputes at early stages etc.
b. Courts due to their location were away so approach to the court was not possible at times, so it gave a chance to dispose off the case locally.
c. Cost was reduce of the justice.
d. Socially needs of people were swiftly available to all.
e. Courts were less Burdened.
f. Quality of life became better.

You can think of many more points to add and also change the language when you make your own. Copy paste is not advised rather work with its guidance.
CHAPTER XI
MUSALIHAT ANJUMAN
102. Constitution of Musalihat Anjuman.- (1) In each Union, a Musalihat
Anjuman shall be constituted consisting of a panel of three Musaleheen
(Conciliators) one of whom shall be its Convener, to be selected by the Insaf
Committee of the Union Council, within thirty days after its election, from
amongst the residents of the Union who are publicly known to be persons of
integrity, good judgment and command respect:
Provided that the Union Nazim, Naib Union Nazim or the members of the
Union Council may not be appointed as Musaleheen (Conciliators).
(2) Any casual vacancy in the panel of Musaleheen (Conciliators) shall
be filled in by the Insaf Committee, as soon as practicable.
(3) The Musaleheen (Conciliators) shall be selected for the term of the
Union Council or until replaced earlier:
Provided that Musaleheen (Conciliators) shall be eligible for reselection.
(4) Where in the opinion of the Insaf Committee, a Musleh (Conciliator)
is accused of consistent partiality and malpractices in performance of his
functions, the Insaf Committee may, subject to notice to show cause, remove
such Musleh (Conciliator) and select another Musleh (Conciliator) in his place.
103. Encouragement for amicable settlement of disputes.- (1) The Union
Nazim, members of the Insaf Committee and Musaleheen (Conciliators) shall use
their good offices to achieve the amicable settlement of disputes amongst the
people in the Union through mediation, conciliation and arbitration, whether or
not any proceedings have been instituted in a court of law in respect of such
disputes:
Provided that such settlement shall be carried out in such cases where all
the parties to the dispute agree thereto and no fee shall be charged for such
settlement:
1[Provided further that in bringing parties to a dispute to an amicable
settlement, Musalihat Anjuman shall have regard to the provisions of section 345
of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898 (Act V of 1898), Hadood laws and all
other laws for the time being in force whereunder certain offences are not
compoundable:
Provided further that every settlement brought by Musalihat Anjuman in a
case pending before a court shall be subject to the approval of such court.]
Explanation. – For the purpose of this section, the expression ‘dispute’ relates to
disputes amongst the individuals, whether of civil or criminal nature.
104. Courts may refer cases to Musalihat Anjuman.- (1) Any court of
competent jurisdiction may, in a case where it deems appropriate, refer a matter
to the Musalihat Anjuman through the Union Nazim for settlement.
(2) The court making a reference to Musalihat Anjuman for settlement
of a dispute under subsection (1) may lay down the procedure for summoning the
parties to the dispute, the terms of reference, the period during which settlement
is to be made, the manner in which report of the settlement is to be submitted
and such other matters as it may deem appropriate for resolution of the dispute.
(3) Where on a reference made by the court under subsection (1), the
dispute is settled between the parties, the court may make such settlement as a
Rule of the Court.
(4) The Musalihat Anjuman shall inform the court if the dispute is not
settled within the time fixed by the court or, may ask for extension in time for
settlement of the dispute.
105. Appointment of Musleh (Conciliator) for individual cases.- Where in a
dispute the parties request for appointment of a person other than the
Musaleheen (Conciliators) in the panel referred to in section 102 in a particular
case as a Musleh (Conciliator), the Union Nazim may, in consultation with the
Insaf Committee, appoint such person as Musleh (Conciliator) for that case.
106. Procedure of settlement of disputes.- (1) The Convener of the
Musalihat Anjuman selected under section 102 shall-
(a) convene meetings of the Musalihat Anjuman as necessary and
at such place or places in the union as he considers appropriate;
and
(b) conduct the proceedings in an informal manner as he considers
appropriate with the object to bring an amicable settlement
between the parties.
(2) No legal practitioner shall be permitted to take part in the
proceedings on behalf of any party.
(3) The report of the Musaleheen (Conciliators) shall be recorded in
writing and copies thereof shall be provided to the parties attested by the
Secretary of the Union.
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