Which of the following disputes cannot be raised before the Consumer Forum?

Principle: A manufacturer is liable to pay compensation to a consumer for any harm or damage caused due to a defect in the product.
Factual Situation: X purchased a banian from Y & Co. Before rushing for an interview he wore the new banian. When he was called in for the interview his entire body was itching. Throughout the interview he was embarrassed as he was repeatedly scratching his body. After the interview he rushed to a dermatologist, who diagnosed it as dermatitis due to the presence of some chemical present in the banian. The Doctor brought to his attention a warning strip in the banian "Wash before use". He obviously lost the job due to his clumsy behaviour at the interview. X sues Y & Co. for compensation.

Who among the following cannot be a complainant under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986?

The Supreme Court in Indian Medical Association v. V. P. Shantha, (1995) 6 SCC 651, has held that:

Who among the following cannot file a complaint before the District Forum under Section 12 of the Consumer Protection Act?

As per section 2(1)(c) of Consumer Protection Act 1986, "complaint" means any allegation in writing made by a complain-rant that a trader or service provider has charged for the goods or service a price in excess of the price
(1) Fixed by or under any law for the time being in force
(2) Displayed on the goods or any package containing such goods
(3) Displayed on the price list exhibited by him
(4) Agreed between the parties;

As per section 2(1)(nnn) of Consumer Protection Act 1986, 'restrictive trade practice' include
(1) Delay beyond the period agreed to by a trader in supply of goods or in providing the services which has led to rise in the price
(2) Any trade practice which requires a consumer to buy, hire or avail of any goods or services as condition precedent to buying, hiring or availing of other goods or services:

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