The Centre has prolonged the deadline for public feedback on proposed amendments to the Shopper Safety (E-Commerce) Guidelines, 2020 to July 21.
In an official notification on Monday, the Ministry of Shopper Affairs, Meals and Public Distribution mentioned, “In train of the powers conferred by sub-clause of sub-section (1) of part 101 of the Shopper Safety Act, 2019 (35 of 2019), the Central Authorities on July 23, 2020 had notified the Shopper Safety (E-Commerce) Guidelines, 2020.”
The Division of Shopper Affairs has sought views, feedback and options on the proposed amendments to Shopper Safety (E-Commerce) Guidelines, 2020 accessible on the official hyperlink in observe change mode (proposed additions in ‘blue’ and deletions in ‘purple’ strikethrough.
Jayashree Narayanan, Below Secretary of Division of Shopper Affairs below Ministry of Shopper Affairs, Meals and Public Distribution mentioned, “It has now been determined to increase the timeline for receipt of remark, options on the Draft E-Commerce Guidelines. View, feedback or options on the proposed amendments could also be despatched by July 21, 2021 by e mail on the official hyperlink.
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