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Digicable asked to pay MediaPro’s outstanding dues

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Digicable asked to pay MediaPro’s outstanding dues

The Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) has come to the aid of MediaPro in an outstanding dues case. Media Pro had filed a case against Digicable seeking the outstanding dues for the months of July and August.

Tejveer Bhatia, who is representing MediaPro said, “This issue has been pending since the last couple of months and Digicable is not ready to pay our dues. They are saying that they will pay only part of the outstanding dues. Another important matter is that the deal was to pay all the dues by the fifth of every month. We have not received any payment so far, hence, we are requesting payment of the dues for September too.”

Including the dues for the month of September, the outstanding amount is Rs 15 crore.

Diggaj Pathak, an advocate representing Digicable, has requested TDSAT court to allow the company to make the payment in installments since the amount is huge.

After listening to both the parties, TDSAT has asked Digicable to clear all dues till July by September 25, 2012 and the dues for August and September by October 31, 2012.

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