DELHI HIGH COURT TO IMPLEMENT SPECIAL SCHEME REGARDING MOTOR VEHICLE CLAIMS


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The Delhi High Court had formulated Special Scheme regarding Motor Vehicle Claim and to accelerate the scheme it considered the various suggestions regarding functioning of its Implementation Committee, Fast Track Committee and Arrears Committee and also expressed its concern over the financial and infrastructure requirement of the scheme.
A single bench of Justice J.R.Midha while hearing the case of Rajesh Tyagi & Ors. v. Jaibir Singh & Ors. directed the Registry to resister the matter as a PIL and list the case for the hearing before division bench of Chief Justice on 8h July.
The above observation was made by the court when it was hearing a matter in relation to interest of the Special Scheme for Motor Vehicle Claims formulated by the court through its judgment on 8th January, 2021. In the scheme formulated it was directed that the Investigating Officer should communicate the accidental claims to the Claim Tribunal by reporting the Firs Accident Report in Form-1 within 48 hours of gaining the knowledge of the accident. Furthermore, the Investigating Officer was directed to report Interim Accident Report before the Claims Tribunal within 50 days of such accidents.
It had constituted the Implementation Committee to administer over the implementation of the scheme and suggest necessary modification. A Fast Track committee was enacted to implement FastDAR scheme to resolve Accidental Death Cases within10 days of such accidents. A sub-committee was designated with the task to categorize cases pending before Motor Accident Claims Tribunal and to formulate plan to dispose of the arrears within a year.
It was suggested to the court that here was sufficient space at Rouse Avenue Court Complex which could be utilized for the working of the committee. It was further suggested that a representative each from MoRTH, DSLSA, Delhi Police and Road Transport Department of GNCTD should be assigned to work under Implementation Committee. It was suggested that the MoRTH and Road Transport Department of GNCTD should bear the financial requirements.
The matter would now be considered by division bench of Chief Justice on 8th July.
REPORTED BY- SAMRIDHI ANAND


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