New Delhi, Mar.18 (ANI): Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has said that it would comply with the Supreme Court’s order on call drops.
“Whatever has been ordered by the Supreme Court shall be complied with,” TRAI chairman R. S. Sharma said.
The Supreme Court had yesterday asked TRAI to re-consider its order of penalising telecom operators for call drops.
“Factually, it appears that nobody has seen technical papers on the day of (framing of) regulation. Please take into account the technical paper and tell us in affidavit whether you consider amending the regulations or you still want to stand by it. Whatever you have to say, tell us with reasons,” the apex court bench headed by Justice Kurian Joseph said.
The directive comes in as a technical paper, issued a month after the ruling, stated that telcos were not solely responsible for the ‘deficiency in service.'(ANI)