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Patient can seek refund if clinic is shifted

Chain clinics usually open branches throughout the city on premises taken on lease. If a clinic is shifted, can the patient be compelled to continue treatment at another branch or would the patient have the right to demand a refund? This unique case was recently decided by the Maharashtra State Commission.
Metropolis Healthcare Ltd, having its main office at Worli, had set up a chain of clinics. In 2011, Aziz Ahmed Jadwet took his children Maryam and Kauser to the Mantralaya centre for orthodontic treatment.
After consulting Dr. Neesu, Jadwet was advised to deposit Rs 41,000 for Maryam and Rs 36,000 for Kauser, which he did.
Meanwhile, the Mantralaya centre shut down. On making inquiries, Aziz was told Dr Neesu would treat the children at the Goregaon centre. Since this was inconvenient, Aziz sought a refund, but his request was rejected.
Aziz filed a complaint before the Central Mumbai District Forum, which held Metropolis guilty of deficiency in service and ordered it to refund the deposit along with 9% interest from November 24, 2015 onward along with Rs 10,000 compensation and Rs 10,000 litigation costs.
Metropolis appealed against this order. Jadwet, who appeared in person, argued the distance between the two centres was about 35 km, and it would be inconvenient for his school going children to travel to Goregaon. The Maharashtra State Commission concurred with Jadwet. It agreed with the District Forum’s view that the failure to refund money constituted a deficiency in service.
By its order (March 5), delivered by justice A P Bhangale along with Dr. S K Kakade, the State Commission upheld the Forum’s order and dismissed the appeal with further Rs 5,000 cost payable by Metropolis to Jadwet Impact:A patient cannot be compelled to travel long distances to a clinic. If the change in location is inconvenient, a demand for refund is justified.
Jehangir B Gai
ePaper, The Times of India, Bombay, Monday, April 8, 2019, Page 8:
(The author is a consumer activist and has won the Govt. of India’s National Youth Award for Consumer Protection. His email is jehangir.gai.columnist )

Want to know where your Aadhaar number has been used? Here’s how to check Aadhaar authentication history

The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) website allows Aadhaar holders to check their authentication history. You can carry out this process all by yourself.

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how to check Aadhaar authentication history online

New Delhi: The government has made Aadhaar linking to various instruments in order to benefit from schemes. The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) website allows Aadhaar holders to check their authentication history. You can carry out this process all by yourself, nobody else can authenticate on your behalf.

If you come across a transaction which was not carried out by you then contact AUA (authentication user agency).  You can raise the issue with UIDAI by calling 1947 or by mailing about the suspicious transaction to

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If you have your Aadhaar Registered Mobile number, you can check your Aadhaar authentication history online from: .

Here is the step by step process to check Aadhaar Authentication History online-

1. Go to UIDAI’s official website-​

2. Under my ‘My Aadhaar’ tab, go to Aadhaar Services and then click ‘Aadhaar Authentication History’.


3. On the Aadhaar Authentication History page, enter your 12 digit UID and then mention your security code. Click ‘Send OTP’.

4. The one-time password (OTP) so generated, is sent to your registered mobile number.
5. In the next step, select the Authentication Type such as demographic, biometric, OTP, biometric and OTP, demographic and OTP, and demographic and biometric, date range, number of records you wish to be displayed and enter OTP. Click the ‘Submit’ button.

6. On the page opened, you will be able to see the authentication history along with authentication modality, date, time, the name of the AUA.


One important point to note here is that you can see a maximum of 50 records at a time of the past six months. In case you wish to find a specific transaction, select the specific authentication type and the relevant date range.