Norwegian firm Telenor holds 67.25 per cent stake and the rest is held by Indian realty company Unitech and its subsidiaries.
Uninor in a statement said that "one of its shareholders has repeatedly refused to fund the company through its own funds and has also actively worked to stop the majority shareholder from doing so".
It has also sought permission for a rights issue to infuse funds but the foriegn investment promotion board has not approved it yet.
The company further said that "in the absence of a rights offer, Uninor has relied on short term loans from Indian and international banks that were fully guaranteed by Telenor Group".
"Uninor's application for an extension of some of these loans has since been turned down and the lending banks have claimed under the guarantees. Consequently, fulfilling its guarantees, Telenor Group has directly settled all of Uninor's loans amounting to Rs 9,809 crore with the respective banks," the statement said.
Earlier, Telenor had said that lenders of Uninor have issued default notices to the firm for non-payment of loans and as of July 23, Telenor ASA has received guarantee claims of total NOK 3.6 billion (Rs 3,382 crore) and default notice from most of the lenders.
In February, the Supreme Court had ordered cancellation of 122 telecom licences -- including 22 held by Uninor, a joint venture between Telenor and Indian real-estate firm Unitech.
Telenor is seeking to scrap the JV with Unitech and plans to migrate its business to a new company.