- Man seeks Rs100,000 fantastic on meat firm for allegedly not delivering meat to him
- Petitioner says he was promised supply of the meat on second day of Eid
- Petitioner says he paid Rs43,500 for supply of sacrificial meat
A client safety court docket on Friday gave a final probability to a meat firm that had allegedly not delivered sacrificial meat to one in all its clients after receiving fee from him, throughout final yr’s Eidul Azha.
The court docket directed the personal firm to submit its reply to a petition filed by one in all their former purchasers, who’s in search of a Rs100,000 fantastic on the corporate over its failure to ship the meat.
Within the plea, the petitioner knowledgeable the court docket that he had booked an animal for sacrifice on-line because of the risks related to shopping for an animal from cattle markets because of the coronavirus pandemic. The petition states that the person had paid Rs43,500 for the sacrifice by way of his checking account.
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The citizen instructed the court docket that the corporate had assured him that he shall be offered the meat on the second day of Eid-ul-Azha. He added that his household stored ready for the meat to reach nevertheless it by no means did.
“The meat company committed a fraud with us and has not even given us a satisfactory answer,” mentioned the petitioner. It urged the court docket to impose a fantastic on the corporate and take authorized motion in opposition to the service supplier.