New Delhi: The Kerala Excessive Courtroom on Friday refused to entertain All India Digital Cable Federation (AIDCF)’s plea searching for a keep on Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI)’s tariff modification – NTO 3.0 and likewise declined to cross any interim order on this regard.
The court docket , after an in depth listening to within the matter mentioned that it was not inclined to cross any interim order staying
the contentious amendments.
The AIDCF had moved court docket, difficult TRAI’s tariff modification – NTO 3.0 and sought a keep on the implementation on the brand new Tariff order, which is prone to come into impact from subsequent month i.e. February 1, 2023. The AIDCF has been clamoring in opposition to the amendments and demanding that it’s struck down.
TRAI was represented by Mr. Rakesh Dwivedi, Sr. Advocate, who pressed for the Writ Petition to be dismissed because the amendments have been carried out after detailed session with the stakeholders and after the ability of regulatory authority has been upheld by the Supreme Courtroom.
The Indian Broadcasting & Digital Basis (IBDF) was represented by Mr. Mukul Rohatgi, Sr. Advocate. He supported the amendments issued by TRAI. Mr. Rohatgi mentioned no case for keep on the amendments is made out.
The court docket didn’t cross any interim order and has listed the matter for subsequent listening to eighth February 2023.