CABLE TV

Indian government body, Telecom Regulatory Authorly Of India (TRAI), has unilaterally decided on the new rates for cable TV.
This is a pure interference by TRAI on cable TV to make money on GST etc.
For years, the Cable TV was running smoothly, with almost all channels including HD channels at reasonable rates.
We are also running the cable TV with no loss no profit bases, since its inception.
With new policy, the rates to end-user will increased by 400% .This will be an additional burden on Common middle class citizen.
We request TRAI to stop interference & revert back to old system.
We request Hon. PM Shri Modiji to please help common citizen by stopping this new policy initiated by TRAI. more  

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They started action since last two days.
Consumer need another 4 days to place their requirements.Consider web traffic or cloud. more  
Would like to discuss standards for passenger lifts. If I don’t get a response I will presume that this forum is only a show piece. skbhatia.indconsult@hotmail.com more  
This particular thread of LC is to discuss issues relating to TRAI with regard to Cable TV, not passenger lifts. more  
I would like to join and participate. SkBhatiab more  
CABLE Tv OPERATORS ARE WAKING UP ONLY NOW ( February 1,2019 )AND WE EXPECT
THE CABLE Tv GUY TO CALL ON US TODAY (he phoned us yesterday )

SO, DO NOT WORRY. IT WILL FALL INTO PLACE SLOWLY. more  
WE LIVE IN SOUTH CITY RESIDENCE,A SOCIETY OF 1672 APARTMENTS ON THE P.A.S ROAD.KOLKATA 68,SERVED BY THE SITI CABLES PARTIALLY...TILL THIS MOMENT NO ONE FROM THE SERVICE PROVIDER APPROACHED US FOR THE CHOICE OF THE CHANNELS. more  
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