The Delhi State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission has asked a petrol pump owner to pay Rs 24,000 to a man for filling petrol instead of diesel in his car, causing damage to the engine.
The consumer commission comprising judicial member, S A Siddiqui and member, S C Jain passed the order while upholding a district consumer forum’s order which had asked a Delhi-based petrol pump, Matta Automobiles, to pay Rs 24,000 to one Brij Mohan.
“…we do not find any justification for any interference (in forum’s order) from our side with the result the appeal fails and is liable to be dismissed”, the commission said, adding that forum’s order was legally sound and should be maintained.
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Mohan had told the commission that on June 26, 2007, the operator of the petrol pump had filled petrol instead of diesel in his car. As a result, the car had to be repaired and he had to pay Rs 38,604 as bill.
Thereafter, Mohan filed a consumer complaint against the petrol pump. The petrol pump owner, however, denied the claim saying the complainant should himself have been vigilant. The district forum in its order had held the petrol pump operator guilty of negligence and said that both the parties should bear the expenses incurred in repair of the car engine.
The forum thereafter decreed that the petrol pump owner should pay a sum of Rs 20,000 towards expenses of car engine repair besides Rs 3,000 as compensation and Rs 1000 as litigation cost. Aggrieved by the forum’s order, the petrol pump owner had approached the state consumer commission.