ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) has granted approval of issuing Non-Commercial FM Radio Licence to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Traffic Police, Peshawar. The approval was given in 149th meeting of the Authority held at PEMRA Headquarters in Islamabad on Monday with Chairman PEMRA Muhammad Saleem Baig in chair. The Authority approved revised subscription fee/tariff for Cable TV Operators and it also reviewed its earlier decision made in 134th meeting dated October 03, 2017 and approved revision of tariff on account of subscriber fee from Rs. 24/- to Rs. 12/- per subscriber per annum on same rate which was being charged earlier. Reduction in tariff has been made with a view to offer some relief to Cable TV operators throughout the country who are already in financial crunch due to various economic factors. Authority also approved revised budget estimates for F.Y. 2018/19 of PEMRA as well as estimates for PEMRA Annual Budget for F.Y. 2019-20. The meeting was also attended by Mr. Muhammad Jehanzeb Khan Chairman FBR, Maj. Gen. (R) Amir Azeem Bajwa, Chairman PTA, Mr. Shafqat Jalil, Secretary Information and Broadcasting, Major (R) Azam Suleman Khan, Secretary Interior, Shaheen Habibullah, Member KP, Sarfaraz Khan Jatoi Member Sindh, and Ashfaq Jumani, Executive Member PEMRA.
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