ACCOUNTS OFFICER Vs. RENU KUMAR
TAMIL NADU STATE CONSUMER DISPUTES REDRESSAL COMMISSION
The Accounts Officer (T.R) And Another
Smt. Renu Kumar,
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M.THANIKACHALAM J. -
(1.) The opposite parties are the appellants.
(2.) The respondent in this appeal, as complainant, being a subscriber of
the telephone connection No.279353, had received bill, for the period
from 16.7.98 to 15.9.98, wherein a direction was given to pay the sum of
Rs.2437/-. Verification of the bills brought to surface, that the bills
were not proper, resulting a complaint to the opposite parties, as if
there was excess amount claimed, than the actual user over period. The
issuance of notice also failed to rectify the mistake, and according to
the complainant, demand notice calling upon the excess amount, would
amount to deficiency in service, further causing mental agony, loss of
reputation, harassement etc. Therefore, a complaint came to be filed
against the opposite parties, for the recovery of a sum of Rs.2 lakhs, as
(3.) The opposite parties/appellants, opposed the claim, on various
grounds, justifying the demand, thereby informing, that there was no
deficiency of service, and the bills were based upon actual meter
reading, etc., denying the entire averments in the complaint.;
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