Delhi government to write to Centre for action against Uber

New Delhi, (IANS) The Delhi government will ask the Centre to act against Uber, Ola and other app-based taxi services in Delhi, the city’s transport minister said on Tuesday.

“Despite being banned in the capital, these cabs continue to ply as the Delhi government does not have mechanisms to crack down against them,” Gopal Rai told reporters here a day after a Delhi girl was allegedly molested by an Uber cab driver.

“It is beyond our understanding why the centre despite being informed is not taking action against these taxi services. These services are taking undue advantage of being app based,” he added.

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