Earlier, Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) had told the Bombay High Court that it cannot postpone the implementation of the New Tariff Order (NTO) 2.0 which has been challenged by the broadcasters, Indian Broadcasting Foundation & Stakeholders.
According to today’s hearing, there is no stay against the New Tariff Order (NTO 2.0).
As of now, there is no confirmation to implement the New Tariff Order (NTO 2.0) from the 1st March 2020 because there will be next hearing on 2nd March (Monday).
So hence, no notice will be issued by TRAI until the next conclusion from Bombay High Court.
Broadcasters & TRAI have said to the Court that they will try to settle the issue.