The ban on Uber in Delhi has been lifted by the High Court and the ride-hailing service has been given 10 days to set out the requirements to be granted a licence to operate in the city.
Delhi is considered to be India’s second largest market for taxi services after Mumbai and cabs from the SF-based company could soon be plying on the national capital’s roads soon.
India recently became the second largest global market for Uber after the company simultaneously launched its service in 7 of the country’s Tier II cities.
The decision comes just days after Ola and TaxiForSure moved the Delhi HC against the Delhi Transport Department for not providing them with modified call taxi licences.
Just yesterday Bookmycab became the first app-based taxi hailing service to be granted a licence to operate in the city of Delhi.