Aggrieved by State or National Commission?
Aggrieved by an order passed by the State Commission, a person cannot invoke the jurisdiction of high court under Article 227 of the Constitution, as held in the matter of P Subramanian versus Oriental Insurance Company at Madras High Court in 2004.
Only the National Commission has the power of administrative control on all the state commissions and consumer forums in the country and can call for any records, etc. So, if an individual is unsatisfied with the State Commission, he must appeal at the National Commission.
Finally, an appeal against the order passed by the National Commission can be filed before the Supreme Court of the country within 30 days from the date order.