Notice has been sent to seven people including film actor Shahrukh Khan and footballer Lionel Messi by the Muzaffarpur Consumer Commission. A notice has been sent in this matter on January 12. The matter is related to Byju’s. Advocate SK Jha said that this entire matter is related to a deficiency in service and fake advertising under the Consumer Protection Act. This is against consumer protection law.
Notice has been sent to seven people including film actor Shahrukh Khan and footballer Lionel Messi from Muzaffarpur Consumer Commission.
It will be heard in the Commission on January 12. Let us tell you that Mohammad Shamshad Ahmed of the Chandwara area of the city had enrolled his sons in the Muzaffarpur branch of the educational institute Akash Byjus. The nomination fee was deposited by him at the time of nomination.
Written information was given to the institute
The number of days their children studied in the institute. His entire fee was deposited by him. Both the sons of the complainant were dissatisfied with the educational system of the institute and decided to leave the institute. Gave written information to the institute regarding this. After this, his children stopped going to the institute.
Meanwhile, after a few days, the student’s father came to know that the said institute had given two separate loans for the educational fees of his two children. He complained about this to the institute, but it was not resolved by the institute.
The case against protection law
The father of the troubled student filed a complaint before the District Consumer Commission on October 30 through human rights advocate SK Jha. On this, the case was heard by the full bench of Commission Chairman Piyush Kamal Dixit, members Sunil Kumar Tiwari and Anusuya.
After this, an order was given to issue notice to seven opposing parties including film actor Shahrukh Khan, footballer Lionel Messi, and the managing director of the institute. All the opposing parties have been ordered to appear before the commission on January 12.
Advocate SK Jha said that this entire matter is related to a deficiency in service and fake advertising under the Consumer Protection Act. This is against consumer protection law.
The brand ambassadors of the institute are actor Shahrukh Khan and footballer Lionel Messi. Therefore, they have also been made opposite parties. If these people are not present on the scheduled date, the Commission will take further action.