Consumer court directs Zomato to pay ₹8,362 as compensation to law student after food orders worth ₹362 not delivered or refunded

The compensation imposed by the commission will have to be paid jointly by Zomato as well as owner of the restaurant from where the food was ordered.

The District Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, Kollam (District Commission/ Commission) recently ordered online food delivery app Zomato to pay compensation of ₹8,362 to a law student after food orders worth ₹362 placed by him were not delivered and the amount was not refunded [Arun G Krishnan v Deepinder Goyal].

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