The Delhi High Court on Friday put in abeyance an order of the Central Consumer Protection Authority (CCPA) asking on-line market Flipkart to recall sure offered stress cookers that allegedly didn’t meet high quality requirements.
While directing that Flipkart’s petition in opposition to the CCPA order be tagged together with an identical plea by e-commerce large Amazon, Justice Yashwant Varma requested Flipkart to deposit the penalty of Rs 1 lakh imposed on it by CCPA and in addition notify the consumers of all of the stress cookers in query.
The court docket sought CCPA’s response to the plea by Flipkart and mentioned the interim order which was handed in Amazon’s case may even be prolonged the current matter.
“The petitioner is entitled to the interim relief (as granted to Amazon earlier) on identical terms,” the court docket mentioned.
On September 20, the court docket had saved in abeyance a CCPA order handed in opposition to Amazon for allegedly promoting home stress cookers that didn’t meet high quality requirements.
It had requested Amazon to deposit inside every week Rs 1 lakh penalty imposed on it and notify the consumers of all these 2,265 stress cookers that these things don’t meet the required high quality requirements.
(*1*) the court docket had mentioned whereas itemizing the case for subsequent listening to in November.
Last month, CCPA had imposed a penalty of Rs 1 lakh on Flipkart for permitting the sale of alleged substandard home stress cookers on its platform and violating the rights of customers.
Flipkart was directed to inform customers of all 598 stress cookers offered on its platform, recall the stress cookers and reimburse cash to the customers, a CCPA official had mentioned.
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