A tailor in Lahore has been slapped with a fine of Rs50,000 as he did not deliver the bride’s embroidered shirt on time and has been summoned by the local court on April 09.
According to the details, the local court has summoned the tailor to submit his account on the matter.
The tailor naming Afzal has demanded Rs. 6,000 for embroidery out of which Rs. 3,000 was given to him in advance by my wife, advocate Aslam Javed, who has launched the case, told.
He added that the date for making and returning the pair was fixed for November 25, while his son’s wedding was scheduled for December 12, 2020.
The advocate claimed, “Afzal did not prepare the dress on time and gave excuses and we had to buy an expensive dress from the market at that time.”
He said the tailor had not returned the shirt yet. After the wedding events, he took Master Afzal to court on January 26, 2021.
However, the tailor is quite worried about how he is going to pay the fine as due to the closure of tailoring shops, his livelihood is being hindered.
Earlier, a Karachi resident had filed a case in the consumer court against a mechanic for not repairing the problem with his vehicle.
“The mechanic charged Rs44,000 for engine repair, but still the car is unable to run in fifth gear (double top gear)”, the man had said.
He had demanded the court for the return of Rs44,000 he paid for engine repair and Rs200,000 additional for wear and tear of the vehicle.