NEW DELHI: The Telecom Disputes Settlement and Arbitration Tribunal asked DigicableNetwork India Pvt. Ltd “by way of last indulgence” to “inform and come with the cheque of theamount it is willing to pay upfront” to Media Pro Enterprise (I) Pvt. Ltd.
Noting that the submission of Digicable Counsel Diggaj Pathak cannot be termed as "significantamount", Media Pro counsel Tejveer Singh Bhatia said the Tribunal had itself said on 3 June 2016 that if the MSO did not come up with a significant amount, its property should be attached.
He therefore submitted that the headends owned and operated by Digicable should be attached.
Digicable Counsel Diggaj Pathak said his client was willing to pay the decretal amount and presented before the Tribunal a schedule for clearing the total of Rs 9.52 crore in fourteen installments between 31 August 2016 and 31 July 2017.
The matter has now been listed for 29 July 2016.