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Mumbai: With barely few hours left for the cable TV digitisation deadline to end, consumers here who have already installed set-top boxes may also face blackout of their television sets.
Speaking to reporters, Cable Operators Digitisation Committee Joint Convenor Milan Chatterjee said that while the implementation could be a law and order threat, "some cable operators may also stop signals to save their skins as 60 per cent of the people have not received STBs yet."
He said, "27 lakh homes are yet to be digitised. Only 35-40 per cent homes have received STBs. I have no answer for those who will question me ... we have given advance money to multi-system operators (MSOs) but still have not received delivery."