15-03-2006: World Consumer Right Day India Postage Stamp


World Consumer Rights Day traces its origins back to March 15, 1962, when it was inaugurated by US President John F. Kennedy. In his landmark address, President Kennedy underscored the significance of consumer rights, positioning himself as a global leader in this realm. Formal recognition of this date by the consumer movement came in 1983, solidifying its importance in advocating for consumer rights. Annually, Consumer Rights Day serves as a platform to champion crucial issues and campaigns in this domain, resonating worldwide. To commemorate this occasion, the Indian Postal Department issued the World Consumer Rights Day India Postage Stamp on 15th March 2006.

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