‘People suffer in absence of Consumer Courts’ , Fee for customers to be notified shortly: Legislation Secretary

Srinagar, Nov 27: In absence of Client Courts, individuals are struggling immensely in Jammu and Kashmir.

  With the introduction of the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganization Act, 2019, aside from State Human Rights Fee, State Data Fee, State Electrical energy Regulatory Fee, State Fee for Safety of Ladies and Youngster Rights, State Fee for Individuals with Disabilities, State Vigilance Fee, State Backward Lessons Fee, State Accountability Fee, Authorities of India additionally closed the State Client Disputes Redressal Fee (SCDRC) in Jammu and Kashmir. The closure of those Commissions significantly District Client Boards has escalated the woes of frequent individuals.

  1000’s of circumstances had already been pending at District Client Boards. These circumstances are actually unattended attributable to winding up of Client Courts.

  “I was waiting for the disposal of my case but last year its fate was sealed even before pronouncing any order,” stated a neighborhood Ali Muhmamad.

  Customers used to method freely this court docket. This was the one different for them to get fast justice however now they’ve nowhere to go.

  “We can say consumers’ rights are not now protected in Kashmir. We are hopeless and don’t know what to do,” stated Muhammad Saleem.

  As per newest knowledge, there have been round 2,500 pending circumstances when the fee was closed in October, 2019.

  When this concern was raised with the Legislation Secretary Mr Achal Sethi, he stated {that a} Committee has been constituted and the matter might be notified shortly.

  “A Committee under honorable Judge Mr Rajesh Bindal has been constituted with two other members. Anew notification will be issued by the government shortly to set up State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission,” Mr Sethi stated. (KNT)

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