Consumer court fines Kolkata restaurant for charging above MRP on beer, water

The consumer commission also observed that it was the restaurant's duty to serve food without extra service charges.
Beer, water bottle
Beer, water bottleImage for representative purposes

A district consumer disputes redressal commission in Kolkata on Monday levied a penalty of ₹1,500 on a restaurant for charging above the Maximum Retail Price (MRP) for a water bottle and a bottle of beer, as well as for levying a service charge on a customer [Nilanjana Chakraborty v Marco Polo Restaurant].

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