AGR case: Supreme Court seeks Centre’s view on Jio

New Delhi, August 17

The Supreme Court on Monday requested the Centre to spell out its stand on Reliance Jio sharing RCom spectrum because it explored methods and means to make telecom corporations clear their dues on account of adjusted gross income (AGR).

A Bench led by Justice Arun Mishra mentioned it wished to know if Reliance Jio might be requested to discharge RCom dues as Jio is incomes income from shared spectrum.

Solicitor General Tushar Mehta mentioned the federal government would assist any choice that the court docket took to assist the restoration of AGR dues.

Awaiting the federal government reply, the Bench posted the matter for additional listening to on August 19. Earlier within the day, it dismissed a PIL looking for a route to authorities to make speedy preparations for the restoration of AGR dues from the telecom corporations. — TNS

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