Dimapur, June 27: The Consumer Right Organization (CRO) Nagaland has decried the Dimapur Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) meeting Resolution No. 4 which stated that “no individual or organization will be allowed to conduct search for expiry of items or MRP inside shops and godowns…”.
On the clarification issued by the DCCI stating that the resolution was made “in the interest of the consumers and general public,” the CRO questioned CCI, as to what benefit or protection the consumer/general public would get by this resolution that bars the consumer to check expiry, tampered MPR of goods, etc.
Rejecting the DCCI resolution in the interest of the consumers, the CRO urged the competent authority to direct DCCI to revoke their resolution No.4 for the protection and interest of consumers. The CRO said it will stand for the rights of the consumer and will continue to protect the consumers from all sorts of malpractices, goods & food adulteration etc, which directly harm/effect the innocent consumers.
(Page News Service)