“You are directed to not to take any coercive action against the licensees in case they fail to comply with the Supreme Court order, until further orders, ” a director of the DoT’s Licensing Finance Policy Wing in a notification said.
The note was issued by the approval of the Member (Finance).
Vodafone Idea which is facing the highest dues worth Rs 53,000 crore has said that although it would comply with the apex court’s orders but the government should hold on till the next hearing before demanding the outstanding.
Earlier, the ET has reported that the department is likely to refrain from any coercive action such as issuing show-cause notices asking the phone companies why their permits shouldn’t be cancelled.
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