Delhi government is planning to prohibit app-based cab aggregators’ shared services such as UberPOOL, Ola Share. This is in line with the Karnataka government’s move, which banned shared services provided by Ola and Uber.
“These services are in violation of permit conditions. Cab aggregators are introducing and running these facilities in a very clandestine way. They have been bringing out more variants of shared rides, which is technically illegal. The government was never consulted,” an official said, referring to variants such as Ola Share Express which operate on fixed routes at a minimum fare of Rs 30.