Dr. Sai Ramesh Rachamalla | National Chairman of The National Consumer Rights Commission | the Leaders Page

Dr. Sai Ramesh Rachamalla

National Chairman of The National Consumer Rights Commission, Andhra Pradesh.


Dr. Sai Ramesh Rachamalla is the Social Activist and National Chairman of The National Consumer Rights Commission, Andhra Pradesh.


On the 18th of October 1972, Sai Ramesh was born to the couple Mr. Rachamalla Venkata Suryanarayana and Mrs. Rachamalla Krishnaveni and resided at Narsipuram in Parvathipuram Mandal of Parvathipuram Manyam District in the Indian State of Andhra Pradesh.

In the year 1987, Sai Ramesh acquired his SSC Standard from Zilla Parishad High School placed at Narsipuram, and completed his Intermediate course from Government Junior College located at Parvathipuram in 1989.

Sai Ramesh attained his Graduation of B.Tech from Gitam College of Engineering at Visakhapatnam in 1993 and finished his MA( Sociology) from Andhra University situated at Visakhapatnam.


As he proceeded to gratify his functions and responsibilities, Sai Ramesh developed into a professional by proportionately establishing a successful business of his own in the field of Water purifier, Inner Government Distribution and being serving as the Chairman and Managing Director ever since he started, Sai Ramesh concurrently handled his professional obligations and family responsibilities as well.


Beginning at a young age, Sai Ram Ramesh had a passion for working in the public service and has been accustomed to service since childhood. He also conducted many service programs in the Village.

With the sole idea of helping the poor in all possible ways, Sai Ram Ramesh has established an Association called Amma Youth Association in 1990 and serving as the Founder&Chairman of the respective foundation to serve the people in all ways by leading himself when they were in difficulty and his pure sense of humor turned him as a great man with humanity.

Despite the unprecedented fortune provided by the people, in the Year 2018, Sai Ramesh established a Foundation with the name Buddha Seva Foundation at Parvathipuram and it has been registered and came into existence.

Sai Ramesh has been acting as the Founder and Chairman of the foundation he fulfills his responsibilities and always being available to the people and gives them the help they need.

Because of his commitment, enthusiasm, and selflessness on behalf of the people of the state and the requirements of the people in the state, Sai Ramesh was given the position of ” AP State Secretary” of Andhra Pradesh State Goud Society by doing his part to mitigate the difficulties experienced by people.

Sai Ramesh extended his service and work by accepting the position of National Chairman of The National Consumer Rights Commission in 2022 to look after the people and the issues they are facing and served with the assigned position and by providing services to the people by satisfying the needs of everyone.

Consumer Protection Act Methods:  The following are crucial steps for consumer protection:

  • Imposing self-regulation and discipline on producers and providers of products and services so they can operate in customers’ best interests
    The function of the government has the power to pass legislation protecting consumers and organize for its implementation.
  • Consumers may voluntarily organize into organizations like cooperative societies and non-governmental organizations to protect their own interests.
  • Consumer organizations’ and NGOs’ roles
  • To raise public awareness, they plan campaigns on numerous consumer concerns.
  • They plan consumer education programs to inform people of their rights and available options for resolving disputes.
  • To inform the public about different consumer-related trends, they publish journals and other media. For instance, the bimonthly journal “Consumer Voice” published by VOICE covers a broad range of topics important to consumers.
  • They assist its members to file complaints with the District Forum, State Commission, and National Commission established under the Consumer Protection Act by offering free legal advice on consumer-related issues.
  • To ensure that customers get a better bargain, they communicate with business people and Chambers of Commerce and Industry.
  • On significant consumer problems, they file Public Interest Litigation (PIL). A legal action brought in a court of law addressing an issue of broad public interest, such as the banning of a product harmful to the public’s health, is referred to as a “public interest litigation.”

Airline complaints are one area where consumers may learn more about their rights.

  • Competition Regulation
  • Consumer Complaint
  • Food Security
  • Labeling Requirements
  • System for managing complaints online
  • recall of commodities
  • Competitive Abuse

Suggestions and Ideologies:

By emphasizing consumer rights and informing people about the complaint, forum, and redressal system, it is important to raise consumer awareness in both urban and rural regions. The report recommends the following actions to raise consumer rights knowledge and safeguard consumer interests:

  • Awareness of Consumer Rights
  • Consumer Training
  • Government’s function
  • Regulatory Organizations
  • adoption and amendment of current legislation.
  • Consumer knowledge of what they need in daily life:
  • Act of 1954 to Prevent Food Adulteration
  • 1985’s Essential Commodities Act
  • Act on the Grading and Marketing of Agricultural Produce,
  • Act on Controlling Drugs
  • Act on Drugs and Cosmetics
  • Act governing weights and measures standards,
  • Act prohibiting the promotion of drugs and magic remedies
  • Act to Prevent and Control Pollution in Water,
  • The Act to Prevent Black Marketing and Maintain Access to Essential Commodities
  • Act on Air Pollution Prevention and Control.

Customers’ Rights

The Consumer Protection Act of 1986 specifies the consumer right as the right to be shielded from the marketing of goods and services that pose a risk to life and property. Healthcare and food processing industries. This right is prevalent across the industry and has a significant impact on consumer health and well-being in areas including travel, housing, domestic appliances, and automobiles.

Every year, it is estimated that thousands or millions of Indian citizens are killed or seriously injured by the immoral practises of doctors, hospitals, pharmacies, and the automobile industry. Malpractice occurs when there is a violation of the law. To test drugs, foods, cars, and any other consumable items that can endanger human life, the Indian government has to have top-notch product testing facilities.

Informational Freedom

The right to information on the standards, price, quantity, potency, purity, and quality of goods and services. Consumers in India get information about products and services via advertising and word-of-mouth. Indian consumers seldom ever get accurate information to fully evaluate the true cost of safety.

Any product’s suitability and relevance. Typically, the hidden costs, lack of suitability, quality issues, and safety risks are only discovered after the product has been purchased. On paper, the Indian government also asserts another right, one that should ideally ensure that all consumable products be labeled in a uniform manner with the price, quantity, ingredients, and warnings for safe use. It is regrettable that not even the country’s medicines adhere to a standardized labeling convention.

For the consumer market, where costs are disclosed in standard units such as per kg or per liter, unit price publishing standards need to be established.

Right to Choice

“The Right To Be Assured Of Having Access To A Variety Of Goods And Services At Competitive Prices Wherever Possible.” Natural resources, the alcohol industry, telecommunications, airlines, and other industries are all to some degree under mafia control. Given their socialist upbringing, Indian consumers have a natural tendency to tolerate monopolistic markets.


H.No: 50-121-49/2, Flat.No: FF 2, Madhuri White House, Balayya Sastri layout, Seetammadara, District: Visakapatnam, State: Andhra Pradesh, Zipcode: 530013.

Email: [email protected]

Mobile: 80194 93415, 94922 47515

Dr. Sai Ramesh Rachamalla | National Chairman of The National Consumer Rights Commission | the Leaders Page

Biography of Dr. Sai Ramesh Rachamalla
Full Name Dr. Sai Ramesh Rachamalla
Date of Birth 18-10-1972
Birth Place  Narsipuram
Qualification  M.A. Sociology
Nationality Indian
Father Name Mr. Rachamalla Venkata Suryanarayana
Mother Name Mrs. Rachamalla Krishnaveni
Sibbilings -Not Allowed-
Marital Status -Not Allowed-
Profession  Social Activist
Constituency Parvathipuram
 Buddha Seva Foundation, Amma Youth Association
Designation National Chairman of The National Consumer Rights Commission
Permanent/ Residential Address H.No: 50-121-49/2, Flat.No: FF 2, Madhuri White House, Balayya Sastri layout, Seetammadara, Visakapatnam,Andhra Pradesh.
Mobile Number 80194 93415, 94922 47515

Dr. Sai Ramesh Rachamalla | National Chairman of The National Consumer Rights Commission | the Leaders Page 

Dr. Sai Ramesh Damodara Rao, a business magnet with a humble demeanor who hailed from Visakhapatnam, managed to negotiate a healthy balance between his professional and humanitarian pursuits. Since 1995, he has worked to make the world a better place by imparting wisdom about vital aspects including blood donation and city sanitation, as well as women’s and children’s rights in the Vizag and Vijayanagaram districts.

His well-rounded background as the regional leader for many companies in southern India speaks well of him. Though he had a solid commercial background, his priorities were clearly set on the common good. A determined individual, he collaborated with M.V.L. Nageswara Rao in 2013 to establish The National Consumer Rights Commission, an organization with a robust administrative structure and a vibrant workforce that covers the whole nation.

Recent Activities

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అన్ని ధనంలో కన్నా రక్త దానం మిన్న అనే నానుడిని అనుసరిస్తూ గ్రామంలో నిర్వహించిన రక్త దాన శిబిరంలో పాల్గొని రక్త దానం చేయడం జరిగింది.

గాంధీ జయంతి

మహాత్మా గాంధీ గారు స్వాతంత్ర పోరాట సమరయోధులు వారు శాంతియుతంగా స్వతంత్రం కొరకు పోరాడిన వ్యక్తి వారి ఆశయాలకు అనుగుణంగా గ్రామంలో ప్రతి ఒక్క యువకులు నడవాలని గాంధీ గారి సేవలను కొనియాడారు..

అన్నదాన కార్యక్రమం

దానాలన్నింటిలోకి అన్నదానం మిన్న అని, అన్నదానాన్ని మించిన దానం మరొకటి లేదని నమ్ముతూగ్రామంలో నిరుపేదల ఆకలి తీర్చుటకు అన్నదాన కార్యక్రమం ఏర్పాటు చెయ్యడం జరిగింది.

స్వాతంత్ర దినోత్సవ వేడుకలు

ఎంతోమంది త్యాగాల వల్ల మనకు స్వాతంత్రం వచ్చిందని స్వాతంత్రం కోసం పోరాడిన జాతీయ నాయకులను వారి పోరాట పటిమని పట్టుదలను గుర్తుచేసుకుంటూ స్వాతంత్ర దినోత్సవ వేడుకను జరుపుకోవడం జరిగింది.

నిత్యావసర సరుకుల పంపిణీ

కరోనా సమయంలో ఇంటింటికీ వెళ్లి సామజిక దూరం పాటిస్తూ నిత్యావసర సరుకులు అందచేయడం జరిగింది.

మాస్కుల పంపిణీ

కరోనా సమయంలో కుటుంబానికి దూరంగా ఉంటూ ప్రజల యొక్క రక్షణ కోరకు రాత్రి పగలు కష్టపడుతున్నా పోలీస్ అధికారులకు తమ వంతు సహాయ సహకారాలు అందిస్తూ మాస్కులను అందజేయడం జరిగింది.


దేశ రక్షణ కొరకు ప్రాణాలను అర్పించిన అమరవీరులకు , జవానుకూలకు జోహార్లు తెలుపుతూ ఘన కన్నీటి నివాళిలు తెలపడం జరిగింది.

బియ్యం అందజేత

ాక్ డౌన్ సమయంలో గ్రామా నివాసులకు కూరగాయలను మరియు బియ్యం అందజేయడం జరిగింది.


తొలి మహిళా ఉప ముఖ్యమంత్రి పాముల పుష్ప శ్రీవాణి గారికి స్వాగతిస్తూ పూలమాలతో సన్మానం చెయ్యడం జరిగింది.

దుప్పట్లు పంపిణీ

నర్సిపురం గ్రామ ప్రజలకు సేవ సంస్థ తరుపున దుప్పట్లను అందజేయడం జరిగింది.

మంచి నీటి సరఫరా

టీం జటాయు తరపున నర్సిపురం ప్రజలకు మంచి నీటి సరఫరా అందజేయడం జరిగింది.

గ్రామాభివృద్ధి కార్యక్రమం

గ్రామాభివృద్ధి కార్యక్రమంలో భాగంగా నూతన నీటి పంపును ప్రారంభం చెయ్యడం జరిగింది.

బియ్యం అందజేత

లాక్ డౌన్ సమయంలో గ్రామా నివాసులకు కూరగాయలను మరియు బియ్యం అందజేయడం జరిగింది.

ప్రెస్ మీట్

ప్రెస్ మీట్ సమావేశంలో మీడియా మిత్రులతో సంభాషిస్తున్న సాయి రమేష్ గారు.

గోడ పత్రిక ఆవిష్కరణ కార్యక్రమం

జ్యోతి ప్రజ్వలన కార్యక్రమం

జ్యోతి ప్రజ్వలన కార్యక్రమంలో ముఖ్య అతిధిగా రాచమళ్ళ సాయి రమేష్ గారు పాల్గొనడం జరిగింది.

కాండిల్ వాక్ ర్యాలీ

మొక్కలు నాటుట

నేషనల్ కన్స్యూమర్ రైట్స్ కమిషన్ తరుపున మొక్కలను నాటడం జరిగింది.

దుస్తుల పంపిణీ

నేషనల్ కన్స్యూమర్ రైట్స్ కమిషన్ ఆధ్వర్యంలో అవగాహనా కార్యక్రమంలో భాగంగా షైర్ట్లను ఉచితముగా అందజెయ్యడం జరిగింది.

స్వచ్ఛత పరిశుభ్రత కార్యక్రమం

స్వచ్ఛత పరిశుభ్రత కార్యక్రమంలో భాగంగా విశాఖపట్టణం బీచ్ వద్ద చేతను శుభ్రం చేస్తూ చేయిస్తున్న సాయి రమేష్ గారు.

Dr. Sai Ramesh Rachamalla with Prominent Politicians

వైస్సార్సీపీ పార్టీ వ్యవస్థాపకులు మరియు ఆంధ్రరాష్ట్ర ముఖ్యమంత్రి “వై.ఎస్. జగన్ మోహన్ రెడ్డి” గారిని గౌరవప్రదంగా కలవడం జరిగింది.

తొలి మహిళా ఉప ముఖ్యమంత్రి “పాముల పుష్పశ్రీవాణి” గారిని మర్యాదపూర్వకముగా కలిసిన సాయి రమేష్ గారు.

Honor Ceremony

Social Activities

Social Activities

Meeting With NCDRC State Chairman

Inaugural event

Women Empowerment Program

Donation at Blind School

Awareness At Nakkapalli School

Meeting With Govt. Judges

Saree Distribution For Poor

Narsipatnam School Inspection

Awareness Program At Kakinada

Awareness Program- 2019

NCRC Meeting


Blind School verfication

Blind School verfication

Awareness Program-2018

On the Occasion of Meeting

Awards and Recognition

In the News



Born in Narsipuram Village

of Parvathipuram Manyam, Andhra Pradesh


Studied SSC Standard

from Zilla Parishad High School, Narsipuram


Completed Intermediate

fromGovernment Junior College, Parvathipuram



from Amma Youth Association


Attained Graduation

from Gitam College of Engineering, Visakhapatnam


Finished M.A. Sociology

from Andhra University, Visakhapatnam



of Buddha Seva Foundation


National Chairman

of The National Consumer Rights Commission


AP State Secretary

of Andhra Pradesh State Goud Society

Dr. Sai Ramesh Rachamalla | National Chairman of The National Consumer Rights Commission | the Leaders Page

The National Consumer Rights Commission is a New Delhi-based nonprofit with the stated mission of “Protecting Consumer Rights.”To provide Consumers with sound counsel and legal representation to ensure that their rights are upheld. To help consumers understand their rights in today’s uncertain economic climate, we offer a number of classes and seminars. Furthermore, we collaborate with public sector organizations that share the commitment to serving the public interest.


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