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In Bulandshahr, the kurta pajama was wrongly sewn and despite the notice issued by the Court District Consumer Commission, it was difficult for Taylor to file a reply. The Court, District Consumer, in its decision, has ordered the Taylor to pay the cost of the plaintiff’s cloth, the cost of sewing and the cost of the litigation expenses along with interest.
PA Shekhar Verma of the Court District Consumer Commission told that MP Singh, resident of DM Colony, had filed his suit in the Court District Consumer Commission. In which he told that on May 5, 2018, he had given his kurta and pajama cloth for sewing to Abrar Ahmed Ansari, the proprietor of Silko Tailors and Fabrics in Sharma Inter College Market, Kala Aam.
Silko Tailor sewed her clothes on 13th May 2018 so she was very random. The clothes were not stitched according to the measurements given. Due to not being fit to wear clothes, the victim MP Singh complained about it to Silko Tailor, then he ignored it. Forced then the victim MP Singh filed a suit against the opposition Silko Tailors before the commission. But the opposition Silko Tailors did not appear before the Commission even after the notice was issued and neither did it file its reply.
On this, Chairman of the District Commission Chandrapal Singh, General Member Mohit Kumar Tyagi and Women Member Neelam Kumari have heard the complainant’s side and given their decision in favor of the complainant. He ordered that the accused should pay the sewing cost of the victim’s clothes of Rs 750 and Rs 1500 of the clothes within two months from May 15, 2018 till the date of payment with interest at 6 per cent per annum.
It has also been said that the accused party should pay mental compensation of five thousand rupees to the aggrieved party and five thousand rupees for litigation expenses within the above period. Failure to do so, after the stipulated period, 7 percent annual interest will also be payable by the accused on all the said amount till the date of payment.