Car is being repaired in Chandigarh, and a Shimla man has been arrested for hit-and-run.

Renault dealership in Shimla ordered to pay Rs 10 lakh to a Shimla resident for causing him harm . The complainant was alerted to a call from Sector 14 police station in Panchkula on July 17, telling him that his car was involved in a hit-and-run incident .

The Chandigarh State Consumer Disputes Resolution Commission has asked a Renault dealership in Shimla to pay Rs 10 lakh to a Shimla resident for causing him harm because of a registered after an incident involving the dealership's employee.Kamal Kant Kalia, a junior resident at Indira Gandhi Medical College (IGMC), said the vehicle had a technical problem on July 1, 2018, which he called Renault India Roadside Assistance, who took it away the next He was sent a note confirming that the vehicle had been handed over to Renault PMG Autos Private Limited, Chandigarh, for repair.The scheduled delivery date was July 8, but it was postponed until July 18 due to the complainants' personal situation.However, the complainant was alerted to a call from Sector 14 police station in Panchkula on July 17, telling him that his car was involved in a hit-and-run incident on July 15 that killed a six-year-old boy and he was escorted to the police station immediately.The complainant contacted Renault India, but they were denied assistance.

The complainant filed a lawsuit at the State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, Chandigarh, on July 8, according to the director of Renault PMG Autos Private Limited, Chandigarh.Due to a lack of space, the driver Pardeep Kumar was driving the vehicle from Chandigarh workshop to Panchkula workshop.They said they took every effort to help the complainant get the car released.After considering the arguments, the commission found that the complainant suffered a lot due to the negligence of Renault PMG Autos Private Limited.The commission found that Renault India Private Limited was not at fault because it was only the designer of the described vehicle and that it was parked on Renault PMG Autos Private Limited's Chandigarh's service center, and dismissed the claim only against it and ordered it to pay Rs 3 lakh in costs of mental distress, as well as Rs 7 lakh for the car's depreciated value, which was ruined by negligence.