Functions of District Consumer Councils

The District Councils shall:

  •  recommend reforms to the Authority and to the Council for furthering the objects and purposes of the Act
  •  create awareness among consumers against the marketing of products which are hazardous to life and property;
  •  provide information and access to information regarding products and services available in the district to the consumers;
  •  create awareness among public regarding access to products and services, and protection from any unfair, illegal or dangerous practices prevalent in the market
  •  assist in the exchange of information, views and recommendations between manufacturers, suppliers, consumers and the Government;
  •  perform any other function as directed by the Government or the Council; and
  •  assist the Council in removing defective products and services from the market