Restaurant chain told to provide mid
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday directed hermes bracelets replica
a restaurant chain to provide mid day meals and sanitary napkins at several orphanages and foster care homes in the Capital as punishment for violating the trademark of French luxury fashion goods manufacturer Hermes.
Justice Najmi Waziri told the restaurant chain owner, Riyaaz Nasruddin Amlani, to use the 20 lakh fine imposed on the chain to provide mid day meals at five orphanages and 10 foster care homes for the next two years. The sanitary napkins would also be supplied there for one year.
Mr. Amlani’s company was given the order on a contempt plea moved by Hermes International, which alleged that the restaurant chain infringed its trademark in violation of a judicial order directing it to not do so.
The HC issued the directions for utilising the amount for the social cause after Hermes agreed to forego the money, which would have come to it in the normal course of proceedings.
‘Install water purifier’The High Court also directed Mr. Amlani’s company, Impresario Entertainment and Hospitality Pvt. Ltd., to instal a commercial grade water purifier at a 150 year old orphanage, Bachhiyon ka Ghar, apart from supplying sanitary pads there.
The High Court ordered the restaurant chain, which runs the popular bar and lounge ‘Odeon Social’ at Connaught Place, to service the water purifier for the next five years.
Mr. Amlani’s company would have to procure the sanitary pads from the same source that the Delhi government does under its Kishori Yojana scheme and at the same rate 18 per pack of 10 napkins.
The Delhi government supplies sanitary pads to girls between the ages of 6 18 years in all the schools run and aided by it under the Kishori Yojana scheme.