The President of the Karnataka State Consumers’ Disputes Redressal Commission, Justice B S Indrakala has urged traders not to take consumers for granted, and to make sure that they follow the law while conducting business.
Speaking after inaugurating a workshop on consumer awareness, she said that receipts should be issued for every item purchased by consumers.

“Traders too are consumers under certain circumstances. Consumers’ rights has been included as a topic in school and college syllabuses. Hence there has been a raise in awareness about consumers’ rights,” she said.

Syed Ansar Kalim, the president of Bengaluru’s first additional district consumers’ disputes redressal forum, regretted that women lack awareness about consumers rights..

The workshop was organized by the Kolar district consumers’ disputes redressal forum, Food and Civil Supplies and Consumers Affairs department.


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