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Supreme Court's Ultimatum In Aircel-Maxis Case: Here's What Happened

The Supreme Court said that Aircel spectrum shall be seized and transferred to some other provider by the government if the controller-company and its owner Ananda Krishnan does not appear in court within two weeks. A bench led by Chief Justice of India J S Khehar asked Malaysia-based Maxis group of companies and its owner Krishnan to show up before the trial court in two weeks and explain non-appearance despite summons if they wanted this order to be altered. The bench clarified that all earnings of Aircel shall be restrained and that the prohibition shall become enforceable if Maxis and Krishnan fail to appear sit in two weeks. The bench asked the DoT and Ministry of Communication and Telecom to devise modalities in the meantime to ensure Aircel subscribers are not affected and that they get services from some other network provider.
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