High Court notice to Center Govt, TRAI on SMS limits

In a recent news, the union government has been questioned today by the Delhi High Court to verify its position on a request challenging a statutory regulation limiting the number of short messages ( SMs) sent through a SIM a day to a maximum of 200.

According to news release, a bench of Acting Chief Justice A K Sikri and Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw issued notices to the Ministry of Telecommunication and Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) looking for their verifications to the request seeking the quashing of the curbs on sending more than 200 SMSs per SIM in a day.

In addition to this, the bench was adjourned and expecting their replies within two weeks, and thus the matter for next hearing on January 18.

The bench was hearing a petition by Telecom Watchdog secretary Anil Kumar challenging the rule as “arbitrary”.


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