Why are brands going to court against Government
I have been told that over 30 brands are being heard by Delhi HC against Anti-profiteering authority.
These include J&J, Reckitt Benckiser, Patanjali, HUL, Jubilant, IFB, Philips etc against whom we filed complaints.
The authority should not back off with these tactics. They should engage with consumers more in the circle and get more details. more
HP is yet another company indulging in gross profiteering by selling its printers and accessories. While they sell printers at a comparatively low cost, but makes fool of the customer when the original cartridges that came with the printer are exhausted much earlier than the company claimed. After this the printer is almost a junk and even genuine cartridges (compatible with printer model) purchased from company store would not work. If the printer is taken to the company service centre, it would not be repaired and the customer would be disposed of by telling that the cost of repairing the printer would be very high as it requires replacement of an important part which is no more available with the company. No diagnosis report in writing is provided. On some similar issue company was fined by the court of law in USA. more
In India, every powerful entity, who do not want to obey the law of the
land, go to the Court where all sorts of tricks are played through well
connected touts. There is need to amend the existing laws and reform
the judicial system for quick & efficient service/justice delivery. Frivolous
litigation need to be tammed. more
Concerned govt. can regulate this malady provided they have a will more
The Hon Court may be requested to present the stand of Local Circle and case should not be dispose off exparte more
I am not holding brief of the companies who have approached Delhi High Count. But, would like to add that both the parties must be heard dispassionately before making a judgement. (Expecting too much from Bureaucracy & Judiciery). more