Uber, Ola Warned Against Resuming Taxi Services In Delhi

Application for radio-taxi licenses will not be processed if they continue their services.

Ola_Cabs_logo   Uber_logotype.svgThe Transport Department of Delhi Government has warned Uber and Ola over resuming their taxi services in the state capital. The official letter sent by the Transport Department cites that their application for radio-taxi licenses will not be processed if they continue with their operations.
In December, the government had ordered all unregistered web-based taxi companies to cease their services after an Uber driver raped a lady passenger in New Delhi. Soon after the government order, Uber stopped the services but resumed it in January after applying for a radio-taxi license, while Ola continued the operations.
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