Delhi police has gone all in against Ola and Uber. The Delhi transporation ministry has rejected the license of Uber and Ola citing legal violation issues and the transportation minister stated that they are working on a special plan to take action against banned taxi services in the capital.
While the police is using apps to bring cabs and then impound them, the police is also stopping the cabs and asking passengers if the cab has been booked from one of these apps. Once confirmed by the passenger, these cabs are being seized creating a difficult situation for passengers too.
Meanwhile, the drivers have been protesting against the ban outside Delhi secretariat.
.@mukteshchander Lakhs of hard-working livelihoods at stake b/c of this unilateral enforcement. We appeal to your office to resolve amicably
— Uber Delhi (@Uber_Delhi) June 4, 2015