The Kerala High Court Monday did not offer any relief to the All India Digital Cable Federation (AIDCF) in NTO 3.0 matter.
The court assembled at 3 pm on Monday where Advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi offered his submissions on the behalf of AIDCF.
After hearing the submissions from AIDCF, Justice Shaji P Chaly posted the matter to Tuesday at 3 pm, NewsDrum reported.
The petitioners have claimed that the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has failed to regulate the pricing of television channels or cap their prices.
Countering the claims of AIDCF, TRAI in an affidavit had contended that the federation has not shown how it was affected by the regulation or tariff order and therefore, it had no locus standi to challenge them.
The regulator has also claimed that AIDCF had consented to the price cap of Rs 19 per channel.