The complainant Subroto Banerjee alleged that he sustained multiple fractures in his leg after he fell from a malfunctioning escalator which started moving in the opposite direction at the airport.
“All sales as per Bhavin Garments’ terms and conditions...no alteration, no refund, no return...” issued by the uniform supplier is reportedly only one-sided and against the law.
The complainant sought return and refund after his phone started heating up. In response, the company informed him that the return policy had changed.
The woman claimed that she stopped seeking herself in the mirror, avoided social activities, lost her self-confidence due to little hair.
The bank was also directed to pay interest on Rs 20,000 at six per cent per annum from June 2017 till the date of payment of compensation.
The bench issued a slew of directions for states and UTs and directed all secretaries to notify the rules in two weeks.
Dissatisfied with the coaching under FIITJEE's Pinnacle Two-Year Integrated Classroom Coaching programme, the student sought a refund which the management refused.