Monday, 20 February 2017

Uber, Ola refuse to back down with driver demands

Drivers attached with taxi apps Uber and Ola in Delhi-NCR have entered into a deadlock with the companies even as the protesting leaders have entered a hunger strike. The strike was partially lifted over the weekend as several drivers were left with no choice but to ply on roads for their livelihood. Meanwhile, Uber and Ola have not backed down and declined to accept driver demands of increasing incentives and reducing oversupply in Delhi NCR – India’s largest taxi market. 
There are over 150,000 taxis in Delhi-NCR attached with taxi apps such as Ola, Uber and Meru Cabs. "We can't work at such low prices, It's better [that] we continue our strike. At least it's not burning a hole in our pocket." said Chandrakesh, Secretary, Sarvodaya Driver Association of Delhi.

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