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State-level function regarding National Consumer Day in Ludhiana on Dec 24, Anindita Mitra takes stock of Arrangements

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Ludhiana, December 22, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

On the occasion of National Consumer Day, a state-level function would be organised by the Punjab government in the Dr Manmohan Singh Auditorium of Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana on December 24, 2019. Punjab Food, Civil Supplies & Consumer Affairs Minister Mr Bharat Bhushan Ashu would be the chief guest on the occasion.

Punjab Food, Civil Supplies & Consumer Affairs Department Director Mrs Anindita Mitra today visited the city and took stock of the ongoing arrangements. She was also accompanied by MC Councillor Mrs Mamta Ashu.

While providing information, Mrs Anindita Mitra informed that this function is being organised by the Punjab government for creating awareness amongst the consumers of Punjab state about their rights as well as about Consumer Protection Act 2019. She informed that a large number of consumers have been invited for this programme.

Mrs Mitra informed that the function would start at 10 am on December 24, 2019, and the subject experts would educate the masses about their rights under the Consumer Protection Act 2019. She informed that this programme would be presided over by Mr KAP Sinha, Secretary, Punjab Food, Civil Supplies & Consumer Affairs Department.

While taking stock of the arrangements, Mrs Mitra asked all the concerned officials to ensure that this function is successful. Prominent among those present on the occasion included Deputy Director Miss Sona Thind, DFSC’s Mr Sukhwinder Singh and Mrs Geeta Bishambu, DPRO Mr Prabhdeep Singh Nathowal, besides several others.

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