Dth Pakistan Pemra denies concessions to DTH License SRD

Pemra denies concessions to DTH License SRD In Pakistan

Cable tv Pakistan. The regulatory authority for electronic media of Pakistan (Pemra) went to the Supreme Court to allow to change the terms of the license agreement directly for looking (DTH) for a means of communication and TV channels broadcasting in Pakistan.

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"The granting of concessions at the request of the applicant (cross-Current Pvt. Lmt.) have led to the development of potential competitors at a disadvantage because they contradict the spirit of Pemra rules and regulations that encourage the provision of competition is simply open ", an answer by Tariq Aziz filed by an attorney on behalf of the authority.

A meeting was headed by Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali, to meet the request of Pemra failure to fulfill its obligations to anchor the socio-cultural values ​​of the society and the freedom of trade and industry in the Constitution protect defendants admitted.

Not to allow the petition for Pemra projects to start DTH and properly regulate the industry and the modernization of cable tv Pakistan accused in Pakistan.

The applicant asked for directions to stop Pemra steps for scanning and modernization of cable tv Pakistan networks with the latest equipment and censorship, and block the sale of DTH services of India and other countries illegally.

Pemra said he had invited expressions of interest (EOI) for DTH services in Pakistan 17 May in 2003, and started a process of pre-selection.

The tender for the DTH license issued on 21 October 2003 in which it invited 10 pre-qualified companies shown interest. The base price of Rs 50 million has been approved for the award of two non-exclusive licenses for DTH service for Pakistan.

Later Pemra Cross today announced joint communication and ARY were bidding for the two non-exclusive licenses for DTH.

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The petitioner filed Rs37.5m- 15 percent of the business with Pemra.

Claimed that, after the company tried to change the terms of Pemra, they do not have the skills to be a successful launch of the DTH or the financial resources to ensure to acquire the license.

The Authority also has the applicant's claim that he had acted in a discriminatory manner, and said that the process of licensing only by the order and Pemra provision shall be governed." The applicant can not waive the statutory requirements of the law", said in the reply for dth services and cable tv Pakistan.