K. SHAIK DAWOOD AL KAMIET Vs. M/S. SUBEDAR & SONS
TAMIL NADU STATE CONSUMER DISPUTES REDRESSAL COMMISSION
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M. THANIKACHALAM J. -
(1.) The complainant is the appellant.
(2.) The complainant/ appellant, knocked the doors of the District Forum,
Chennai (North), seeking the following directions :
i) directing the opposite party to pay the complainant a sum of Rs.625/-
being the transport charges from complainants residence to the
opposite partys office and transport charges from Parrys to Shasthri
Bhavan (Immigration office)
(ii) directing the opposite party to pay a sum of Rs.980/- being the cost
of fresh visa
(iii) directing the opposite party to pay a sum of Rs.50000/- for the
mental agony suffered by the complainant on account of negligence in
(iv) directing the opposite party to pay a sum of Rs.20000/- being the
damage and compensation.
(v) directing the opposite party to pay a sum of Rs.15000/- being the one
month expenses covering the over stay period from 26.12.2004 to 25.1.2005
(vi) directing the opposite party to pay a sum of Rs.1000/- being the
cost of this O.P and thus render justice.
alleging negligence and deficiency, on the part of the opposite party, as
if they have not obtained visa and other connected documents, resulting
monetary loss and mental agony to him, which should be ordered to be paid
by the opposite party.
(3.) The opposite party admitting the service, undertaken by them, would
contend that granting visa, was not within their right, that the
confirmation of air ticket was also, does not lie within their hands, and
that without any deficiency of service, they did their performance, not
causing any mental agony or loss to the complainant, and therefore they
are not answerable to the claim of the complainant.;
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