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Recently, it is time to comment on the results of the Supreme Court along with the politicians or the government.



Putting a finger on the old, essentially flawed rules about telecommunications companies today will only make sense for the current economic environment.

 The strategic idea behind opening up the sector is to get more and more companies and increase competition and expand technology and technology.  But the government, through its own initiative, killed competition from this area.  Everyone has a hand in this telecommunication sin.



 Recently, it is high time to comment on the results of the Supreme Court along with the politicians or the government.  The upward trajectory of this matter indicates that the judiciary's misdeeds, too, should be considered.  The most recent intrusive action of the Supreme Court is the outcome of this court's ruling on telecommunication companies and the satanic anger expressed in that regard.  The dispute between these companies and the government has been going on for the past few years.  The issue is the definition of adjusted gross revenue (AGR) revenue of telecom companies.  Because some of this revenue is paid to companies by the government every year.  The AGR has to calculate the share of other revenue from non-telecommunication business along with telecommunication, telecommunication, etc., according to the government.  But companies are obliged to include non-telecommunications revenue in the AGR.  According to the definition of the government, the amount the companies pay to the government is around Rs.  Vodafone-Idea, Airtel and Tata Telecom will have to pay for it mainly.  And not to the Geo Company.  The reason for this is the fact that this company existed before it even existed.  Therefore, Satyawani insists that these companies must pay it.  After the dispute reached the Supreme Court, the court accepted the government's demand.  A review petition in that regard was also rejected.  Even then, the payment went away.  Therefore, the Supreme Court upped the ante and took the relatives on a verdict.



It is irrational at best and shows the selective inaction of the government.  The basic point of this is that the government's claim on non-telecommunication revenue is blatant.  That is, the seller of the betel leaf should insist on paying the monuments separately.  But the government did it.  Now that the government is making such a demand and it is accepted by the Supreme Court, it has come to light that thirty governments will not protest.  There is a tightening in the government coffers.  So it is okay for the government to recover the money.  But is it possible for some government to have a long-term thinking, policy?  With such a decision, the government should have thought that the telecommunication sector would get more and more of a blow to the country.  The reason for this is the government at the root of it all, and since the government is a permanent system, it does not matter which party it belongs to.  Telecommunication sin is all in hand.  You have to understand how.



Until 5 years, you were given telecommunication companies free of charge and in return, telecommunication companies had to pay licensing fees and company fees.  This was later changed.  So the government started auctioning these companies.  The goal is to maximize revenue from that competition.  During this period, Manmohan Singh's government was in power.  This is what is known as the telecommunications scam.  The then Telecom Minister DMK A  Raja changed the bidding rules in the auction and accused the then general secretary of Vinod Rai of scandal.  No further misconduct was found.  But because of the change in the method of providing telecommunication companies, the government should have abolished the previous license fee and so on.  That did not happen.  This was not done by the Manmohan Singh government, indeed.  But it is equally true that Narendra Modi's government, which came to power in 7 years, has shown the same inaction till date.  Further, after the arrival of Jio, there was no question of the government giving such concessions to the competing companies of the new players.  Therefore, Xiao insisted that these funds should be recovered from these companies and the government did not show the moral wisdom of setting a different tone.  In fact, if telecommunication licenses were issued in a new way, the earlier method would have to be revoked.  If that were the case, telecommunications companies would have been able to supply the government's demands.

But the government has shown no such generosity.  The government's view is similar to 'mine is mine and yours is mine'.  In this case, the Supreme Court has shown more interest.  The court has insisted that these companies must be paid, saying that our decisions are not followed.  So, what will happen to government revenue?  The government owned the Bharat Communications and Metropolitan Telephone companies that owned it.  Last month's voluntary retirement, the two companies did not have much to offer.  About two-thirds of employees prefer to retire.  Now that this new issue cannot be resolved properly, only two companies will remain in the monopoly in this area.  Geo and Airtel.



 So come back to me.  The strategic idea behind opening up the sector is to bring more and more companies into the sector and increase competition and expand the technology and technology.  But the government has beaten competition from this sector because of its own karma.  Vodafone has already indicated that it will take off from India.  Telecom sector banks have to pay around Rs.  The government has to earn Rs 2 lakh crore from this sector.  But the government will have to release water if they hold on to the dilemma of collecting current dues.  The banking sector will also have to face a huge wave of new debt levels.  Moreover, your strategy is going to make the world market unattractive.  Already, the world does not have a good opinion about India's regulatory system.  Now this new mess in it.



It is only going to make more sense in the current dismal economic climate.  This is avoidable.  Had the government made a wise change in its role before the Supreme Court, then this would not have happened.  But it's not yet time.  In many instances, the government has shown how the erratic court's outcome can be changed.  It was mostly for self-interest in the political arena.  It is patriotic.  In keeping with this broad patriotic eye, the government should choose the path of ordinance and give comfort to the region.  Otherwise nothing is true of this area.  Mobile service is currently offering hiccups.  If this new one is not missed, then the message will be sent that the entire area is 'out of contact area'.

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