to answer the point: "Sirjee, I have been to Lok adalat in one of my case. And judge gave nice opening speech , in which he told this sentence "Orders from lok adalat can not be challenged" hence the posting.. With your reply i stand corrected. Thank you".
Writ petition can be filed almost against anything which is a discretionary remedy, which the High Court and Supreme Court Judges can exercise suo-moto (now even NHRC etc have that power). Please note, the King can do anything, and Writ Jurisdiction is about King's power.
Appeal means continuation of original case, which is a legal right, in which even the evidence can be continued with permission; that is not possible for Lok Adalat, because, there is no Appellate tribunal.
Revision is about failure to exercise jurisdiction or exercising illegal jurisdiction, which is also not possible for Lok Adalat, because, they are like Panchayat, you confer them Jurisdiction.
When you file Writ Petition, that is summary remedy and Evidence is not reappreciated. In that case, against Administrative Tribunals, Labour Courts etc also there are only Writ Petitions. High Court may or may not exercise that jurisdiction - even for Appeal and Revision, same discretion continues.
These all are Law points, with no relevance to the life. I am an Advocate, who very rarely think about Law points in my life. I just think, what is the easiest method to put full stop to the dispute legally, without taking law into either party's hand.
For a matrimonial matter like this, the only method to solve problem is by doing that for what the marriage was solemnized - consummation of marriage. if both the parties are regularly doing that, and the relatives are kept at distance, the marriage will never break. Tell lok adalat, what is preventing consummation, and they will definitely help.
Thanking you, yours truly,
8-8-12 at 4.40 pm