On 15 May, the Delhi High Court stayed TRAI’s 1st May order to DTH platforms, facing them to revive recent plans of long duration pack (LDP) subscribers and abstaining from moving them to the new Tariff order.
A division bench of jurist Rajendra Menon & Justice V Kameswar Rao passed the order on Tata Sky’s plea for an instantaneous stay. Tata Sky submitted that TRAI’s directive contradicted its New Tariff order.
Tata Sky’s plea could be a a part of the petitioned filed by others together with Sun Direct, Airtel Digital TV and Discovery Bharat against the New Tariff Order.
The petition has currently been listed for hearing on 11 July.