Consumer Protection Council                                                                                                                                  

In 1972, the Consumer Protection Council, a government agency, was established with the main objective of preserving consumer rights.

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The Department of Consumer Affairs, the Department of Law and Justice, and the Department of Industry Policy and Promotion are just a few of the government departments

The Consumer Protection Council is a nonprofit that provides Indian customers with legal assistance.

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The council also organises awareness campaigns to educate people about their legal rights as consumers

People who have been wronged by corporations or government agencies can get free counsel and support from the council.

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The Central Council may convene as often as required, but at least one meeting must be held each year.

According to Section 8 of the Act, the state government must create a District Consumer Protection Council, also known as the District Council, for each district. The District Council’s members are: