As many as 46 cases were taken up during a four-day session conducted by the Meghalaya Human Rights Commission in West and East Garo Hills districts.
The aim of the commission for conducting the camp is to ease the burden of the litigants for attending the hearing of their cases all the way from the Garo Hills districts to Shillong, which they have to incur huge expenses.
The sessions were conducted in coordination with the district administration and the district and sessions judge from January 17 to 20.
Members of the commission, P.J.P Hanaman and B. Giri were present during the sessions along with the officials and staff of the commission.
Large numbers of petitioners/litigants attended the camp and grievances were addressed as deem fit and proper, the MHRC said.