Uber’s license again rejected in Delhi

US taxi based Uber’s license plea was again cancelled by Delhi Government as the company did not comply with many of the State rules.

Uber’s application was first rejected in the month of June as and was asked to submit an affidavit to which the company failed. The company was asked to attend the court hearing on 24th August which it again failed.

Government said that it would entertain Uber’s fresh application under new taxi scheme – ‘City Taxi Scheme’ if it submits the undertaking with their application stating they were following existing ban order imposed on it.

Recently Delhi Govt also cancelled the license of Ola, a competitor. But the cab service provider made changes in its app and now does provide CNG-run cabs  within the city and non- CNG cabs only when a passenger is travelling to outside the city.

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