Jain, along with counsels Mrinalini Sen Gupta and Prabhsahay Kaur, also placed the samples of different variants they wished to be tested before the court. But the Nestle counsel wanted to know from where they had been, since the product was withdrawn from the market on June 5.
A bench of the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, comprising Justice V.K. Jain and Justice B.C. Gupta, said the court will meet again on October 8 to hear the arguments of Nestle India over the fresh tests.
The commission also questioned why Nestle India should have a problem with the testing of their own products, and said, "The government wasn't producing the product". The government's counsel had also filed an application to allow the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) as a party to assist the commission.
During the hearing Nestle India said the company has been singled out and questioned why its competitor brands weren't being tested. Responding to some test reports done by the government, which were missing from the application filed before the court and marked as "Not Applicable", Nestle's counsel said material supporting their company was being concealed and needed to be produced.