The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court on Sunday asked cell phone administrator Grameenphone to pay inside a quarter of a year Tk 2,000 crore of the Tk 12,579.95 crore levy as asserted by Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC).
The seven-part Appellate Division seat, drove by Chief Justice Syed Mahmud Hossain, passed the request subsequent to hearing an appeal recorded by the telecom controller against a High Court request.
It likewise said the two-month directive on acknowledgment of the duty slapped by the HC will be emptied if Grameenphone neglects to pay the sum.
On October 24, the pinnacle court needed to know from GP the amount of the sum asserted by BTRC it can reimburse and requested that it think of the answer inside seven days.
On November 14, the cell phone organization told the court that it could pay Tk 200 crore of the Tk 12,579.95 crore duty.
On October 17, the High Court forced a two-month order on acknowledgment of Tk 12,579.95 crore duty from the cell phone organization.
Afterward, the BTRC moved the Appellate Division against the HC request.
The BTRC claims contribution of Tk 12,579.95 crore in 27 divisions from GP. Having neglected to recuperate the cash, BTRC on April 2 sent a notice to GP taking steps to repudiate its permit.
Afterward, GP moved a lower court looking for a transitory directive on the BTRC’s notice which was turned down on August 28. Afterward, it recorded an intrigue with the High Court.