National Consumer Day is observed every year on December 24 to spread awareness to about consumer importance, their rights, and responsibilities. On December 24, 1986, the Consumer Protection Act 1986 received the approval of the President of India and came into force.Any single person or group of people, other than the buyer who buys the product or services, consumes the product by seeking his/her permission falls under the category of a consumer. In simpler words, the consumer can be defined as the end-user of the goods or services. National Consumers Right Day highlights the importance of the consumer movement and the need to make every consumer more aware of their rights and responsibilities. The main objective of the Consumer Protection Act is to provide consumers with effective safeguards against different types of exploitation such as defective goods, unsatisfactory services, and unfair trade practices.

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