Himanshu purchased a new car from 'Galaxy Motors' for Rs 25 lakhs. He was offered free insurance for the first year and three free servicing to be availed after the car had covered 5,000 km, 10,000 km and 15,000 km respectively. When Himanshu took the car for the first free servicing, he was told that the car was not new and the first service had already been availed on this car. He felt cheated and filed a complaint in the State Commission. Being not satisfied with the decision of the State Commission, after two months he decided to file an appeal against it.
Can Himanshu appeal against the decision of the State Commission? Give reason in support of your answer
No, Himanshu cannot appeal against the decision of the State Commission. In case the aggrieved party is not satisfied with the judgement of the State Commission, it can file an appeal only within 30 days of passing the judgement. However, in the given scenario, Himanshu decided to appeal after 2 months of the passing of the State Commission's judgement; hence, he cannot file the appeal