The state government had issued a notice to Ola, Uber and other taxi aggregators on Thursday for violating the Karnataka On-demand
However, taxi aggregators showed no sign of complying with the government order.
“We had given them three days to stop their services. We had also asked them in our notice to provide details if they had us within that duration. They have not yet replied. So the execution will start from tomorrow,” a senior Department of Transportation official told PTI.
Also on Sunday, autorickshaw services were operating and charges remained exorbitant compared to regular metered charges.
A rickshaw driver, Manjunath, who is associated with a taxi aggregation company, said he would like to see the government act.
“We had seen a similar notice sent to taxi aggregators just before the election, but no action was taken again. Now, once again, as the Assembly elections approach, a similar notice has been meant. I want to see the government act,” he said. said.
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