Fabindia, an Indian chain of ethnic wear retail outlets facing a deep trouble as Khadi & Village Industries Commission (KVIC) has threatened the company for selling its ready-made cotton garments without getting its approval from the governing body.
The notice which was issued by the Khadi & Village Industries Commission (KVIC) reads, “It is an illegal act and in other words, indulging in unfair trade practice”.
In a statement, Viney Singh, CEO of Fabindia said, “We are in receipt of the notice and have responded to KVIC, requesting a meeting with the designated authorities to understand the issues that have been raised and to resolve them”.
Resultantly, Khadi & Village Industries Commission (KVIC) has asked the company to explain the whole matter within a period of 15 days. If the company fails to give the clarification, then the company has to face a deep trouble as per the law of violation of the Khadi Mark Regulations.