State level World Consumer Day will be celebrated on March 15: MP Principal Secretary Umrao

Food and Consumer Protection Principal Secretary Umakant Umrao has said that the state-level activities on World Consumer Day should be made effective. Also use various media to make consumers aware of their rights. He informed that the state-level program would be held on March 15 at the Kushabhau Thackeray Auditorium.

Principal Secretary Mr. Umrao was reviewing the preparations for the state level World Consumer Day in Mantralaya today. Director Food Mr. Deepak Saxena, Collector Bhopal Avinash Lavania were also present.

Stalls will be awarded

Mr. Umrao said that at the venue of the event, various organizations, oil companies, insurance companies and other such companies, which have direct contact with the consumers, will set up stalls related to their products. These stalls will be awarded first, second and third prizes on the basis of their performance. A committee will be formed for the awards.

Young consumers will also be made aware of their rights

Principal Secretary Food said that World Consumer Day is celebrated to make consumers aware of their rights. Consumers should know their rights. They have full right to get the product, services and goods for which they are paying in full. Mr. Umrao said that due to ignorance and ignorance, consumers do not exercise their rights. Through World Consumer Day, people will be made aware of their rights through various mediums.

Umrao said that due to the ignorance of the consumer, the shopkeeper manipulates the quality and quantity of the goods. While he can take the help of the court in the Consumer Protection Act. He said that it is our duty as well as moral duty to make consumers aware of their rights.

Additional Commissioner Municipal Corporation Tina Yadav, Kailash Sikarwar Food Analyst, M.L. Sikarwar, Superintendent of Bureau of Indian Standards Ashfaq Ahmed, CMHO Dr. Prabhakar Tiwari, Asha Aggarwal and representatives of other officers and private organizations were also present.

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