A S Kohli, a leading cable operator and part of the protesting
LCOs, told indiantelevision.com that he expected around 1,000
LCOs from all parts of Delhi to gather on Wednesday.
Operators Federation of India President Roop Sharma who will
also meet the Minister tomorrow told Indiantelevision.com
that it was unfortunate that the pleas of the LCOs for a more
rational share in the tariff, and the recent blackout in parts
of East and North East Delhi had failed to make the government
said that consumers who wanted both pay and free-to-air channels
under DAS regime would have to pay anything between Rs 250
to Rs 300 or even more against amounts ranging between Rs
80 to Rs 150 that they have been paying under analogue.