The Supreme Courtroom on Friday directed the managing administrators and administrators of telcos and different corporations to elucidate why contempt motion be not taken in opposition to them for non-compliance of its order to pay adjusted gross income (AGR) of ₹1.47 lakh crore to the Division of Telecommunications.
Taking robust notice of the non-compliance of its order, a bench of Justice Arun Mishra, Justice S. Abdul Nazeer and Justice M.R. Shah expressed anguish over the order handed by DoT’s desk officer staying the impact of its verdict in AGR matter.
On January 16, 2020, a three-judge Bench of the Supreme Courtroom led by Justice Arun Mishra, on Thursday, dismissed petitions filed by telecom firms, together with Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Thought, for a evaluation of its October 2019 judgment upholding the restoration of previous dues amounting to ₹1.47 lakh crore from them. The restoration by the federal government was primarily based on adjusted gross income of about ₹92,000 crore.
“We don’t know who is creating this nonsense. Is there no law left in country… It is better not to live in this country and rather leave the country,” the bench noticed.
The highest court docket mentioned a desk officer is writing a letter to the Legal professional Normal and different constitutional authorities saying they need to not insist on fee of cash by telcos and others and to make sure that no coercive motion is taken in opposition to them.