According to the CCPA chief
The company must also pay a fine of Rs 100,000 for allowing the sale of such pressure cookers on its e-commerce platform and violating consumer rights.
Therefore, since February 1, 2021, all pressure cookers are required to comply with IS 2347:2017 and care must be taken whether the pressure cookers are offered for sale online or offline.
Flipkart admittedly earned a total fee of Rs 1,84,263 from selling such pressure cookers on its e-commerce platform.
CCPA noted that once Flipkart has gained commercial advantage from selling such pressure cookers, it cannot alienate itself from the role and responsibility arising from their sale to consumers.
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