Mysore/Mysuru: Akhila Bharatiya Grahaka Panchayat (ABGP) National Executive Member Vijay Sagar said that the ABGP is putting more onus on resolving farm and rural livelihood issues. He was speaking at a consumer welfare meeting organised by Mysuru Unit of ABGP at Madhava Krupa on JLB Road here on Sunday.
Stating that the ABGP is an RSS wing working for the welfare of the rural masses, Vijay Sagar said that every individual is a consumer in some way or the other. Pointing out that all those interested in doing service can join the ABGP, he stressed on the need for sensitising people on consumer issues.
Declaring that the ABGP has its own website, where information of all the activities of the organisation across the country is available, he said that interested people can become members online.
He further said that the ABGP brings out ‘Grahaka Bharati’, a fortnightly focussing on consumer awareness, he said that the ABGP set up an online service for addressal of consumer issues during the recent COVID crisis.
Asserting that ‘Consumer Protection Act-2019’ is a legal tool in the hands of consumers, Vijay Sagar said, ABGP has joined hands with other organisations for building a totally self-reliant India.
ABGP office-bearers Rajesh, Gayathri, Vani Bhaskar, Ravishankar, Vikram Iyengar and others were present.