CCI by its order dated August 5, 2015 dismissed allegations against Departments of Information and Public Relations of various State Governments. It was alleged that the concerned Govt. Departments had withheld publication of Govt. advertisements and communication from those newspapers and publishing houses which have published articles critical of policies and practices of the government in power in the respective state. The suspension of publication of advertisement by the Departments does not make business sense as the publishers have extensive reach and had offered competitive rates. CCI noted that in the market for procurement of advertising space in print media in respective States, the Govt. Depts. are not dominant enterprises as they do not feature in the top six spenders on advertising. Govt. Depts. contribute only INR 24bn out of INR 163bn of print media advertisement revenues. Hence, the question of abuse of dominance does not arise.