Delhi HC asks Ola to shut down its service in the capital

Ola cabs has been asked by the Delhi HC to shut down its service in the capital. Justice Manmohan stated that how is the company is operating in the city after the ban imposed on the company on January 1. The online cab aggregator has filed for a plea before the court after the HC directed the Delhi government to enforce its ban order issued on January 1 banning radio cab services which are not registered under radio taxi scheme and running on diesel. 

Delhi HC stated that diesel-based commercial vehicles cannot be allowed in the city under orders issued by the Supreme Court and the National Green Tribunal to curb pollution levels. Last month, the Delhi government had rejected Ola’s license application, but later it was cleared for operating cabs running on CNG in the capital. 


By: Silky Malhotra

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