The Delhi government has once again rejected taxi aggregator Ola’s application for a license to operate in the national capital.
The application was rejected on the grounds of not filing an undertaking that stated the company was compliant with the government ban on app-based taxi aggregators.
Ola had moved the Delhi HC against the city government’s refusal to grant it a license, which led to the court asking the government to do away with the ban on the taxi aggregators.
The Delhi Transport department added that if Ola wanted to apply for a fresh license, it could do so under the newly-introduced ‘City Taxi Scheme’ 2015.
Applications under the Modified Radio Taxi Scheme requires operators to install digital fare meters in cabs, GPS, PSV badges and operate through government-approved fare structures.