The Supreme Court of Pakistan has directed the relevant authorities to submit a report on the matter for selling of Indian DTH every three months.
According to details, Supreme Court heard a case today pertaining to selling of Indian DTH.
A three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice Saqib Nisar heard the case of Indian DTH selling in which the Chief Justice wrapped up the case, instructing for submission of a thorough report on the subject after every three months.
During the hearing, CJP stated that action will be taken against those who are selling the Indian DTH.
“Resuming ahead with the case doesn’t seem rational, action should abruptly be taken exactly as instructed.
Although, if need be, we will reopen the case”, remarked Chief Justice.
Nonetheless, the Apex Court concluded the hearing of the case with these remarks of the Chief Justice.
DTH is an acronym for ‘Direct to Home’ service.
DTH is a digital satellite service that provides television viewing services directly to subscribers through satellite transmission anywhere in the country.
In this, a dish is placed outside the home which helps in receiving the signals and broadcasting the transmission onto a television.
The signals are digital by nature and are received directly from the satellite.
The digital signals provide optimum quality in all features and make viewing an absolute pleasure.
Features like 1080i resolution, 16:9 Wide Aspect Ratio, 5 Times Digital Picture Quality and HDD Sound add to the incredible experience of television viewing.
With DTH, you will also be able to view High Definition (HD) channels, more number of dth channels and you can customize the package as per your choices.