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Drop Receipt Plan, say Cable TV Operators

The Tamizhaga Cable TV operators General Welfare Association has urged the Tamil Nadu government to roll back its move to collect the subscription amount from the subscribers with a receipt issued from the Tamil Nadu Arasu Cable TV Corporation.

Published: 06th February 2014 10:25 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th February 2014 10:25 AM   |  A+A-

The Tamizhaga Cable TV operators General Welfare Association has urged the Tamil Nadu government to roll back its move to collect the subscription amount from the subscribers with a receipt issued from the Tamil Nadu Arasu Cable TV Corporation.

Terming the move to collect the subscription with a receipt from the corporation as ‘arbitrary,’ State general secretary of the association G Damodharan said the decision in this regard had been taken without consulting the association or the representatives of the local cable operators.

Arasu cable had recently announced that LCOs should collect subscription with a receipt issued by the corporation and any violation in this regard would be seriously dealt with. The notification had also underlined that the subscription should not exceed `70 per month.

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