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Admin Reporter- Yugal

Feb 14 2020


Is there no law left in the country, it is better to leave the country… then close the Supreme Court: SC

Delhi,14,February,2020

 

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday slammed the telecom companies for not complying with the order to pay Adjusted Gross Revenue (AGR) dues. The court said, we do not know who is doing this absurd act, is there no law left in the country. It is better not to stay in this country and leave the country. The top court said, "If a desk officer has the audacity to stay the order of the court, then close the Supreme Court."

 

 

 

Explain that while hearing the AGR dues, the Supreme Court had ordered telecom companies and some other companies to pay Rs 1.47 lakh crore to the Department of Telecommunications. Its payment deadline was 23 January.

 

 

 

The Supreme Court asked the directors and managing directors of telecom and other companies to explain why contempt action should not be taken against them for non-compliance with the order of payment of AGR dues.

 

 

 

Justice Arun Mishra, Justice S.K. The bench of Abdul Nazir and Justice MR Shah expressed strong objection over the non-compliance of the order, regretting the order of the desk officer of the Department of Telecommunications, which prevented compliance with the judgment in the AGR case.

 

 

 

The bench said, "We do not know who is doing this absurd act, is there no law left in the country." It is better not to stay in this country and leave the country.

 

 

 

The Supreme Court said that a desk officer is writing to the Attorney General and other constitutional authorities that they should not insist on payment of dues by telecom companies. In a comment, the court said, "If a desk officer has the audacity to stay the court order, then close the Supreme Court."

 

 

 

The Supreme Court said, "We dismissed the review petition in the AGR case, but even after that, no money was deposited." The way things are happening in the country, this has shaken our spirit.

 

 

 

Explain that while hearing the AGR dues, the Supreme Court had ordered the telecom companies and some other companies to pay Rs 1.47 lakh crore to the Department of Telecommunications. Its payment deadline was 23 January.

 

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