The UPA government is of the view that the foreign investors should be wooed back into the country and the Dot statement follows the same line. The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has told the foreign investors that the Indian government is committed to resolving any dispute due to the cancellation of the 122 mobile phone service licences by the Supreme Court.
Trai has told the telecom operators to start complying with regulations. They will have to face penalty if they don’t adhere to the regulations. In a meeting with the operators, the TRAI has said if a regulation has been issued it has to be adhered to. Earlier, there were cases when the implementation of the orders was delayed if it went against the business. For instance, a 2011 on valued added services has not been complied with yet.
The Minister of State for Communications and IT, Milind Deora, has said the old players will also be allowed to participate in the 2G auction by the government. He was speaking about the upcoming 2G auction at the 2nd National Conference on e-Commerce organised by The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM) in New Delhi on 14 September.
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