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DCW Puts Ola, Uber on Notice Over Concerns for Women’s Safety

The DCW notice was served in the light of the molestation and rape cases against Ola and Uber drivers.

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Chief of Delhi Commission for Women, Swati Maliwal. (Photo: ANI)

The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) on Friday issued a notice to five app-based taxi services seeking the number of taxis and the number of drivers whose details have not been duly verified. The five services included Ola and Uber.

DCW has also sought details of the drivers who possess the Public Service Vehicle Badge issued by the Transport Department.

The step was taken days after an Ola driver molested a 23-year-old Belgian national while an Uber driver raped a 26-year-old in Delhi.

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The notice sent to Bhavish Agarwal, CEO of Ola Cab service. (Photo Courtesy: <a href="https://twitter.com/bhupendersiwagg/status/731032655760777217">Twitter/@</a><a href="https://twitter.com/bhupendersiwagg/status/731032655760777217">bhupendersiwagg</a>)
The notice sent to Bhavish Agarwal, CEO of Ola Cab service. (Photo Courtesy: Twitter/@bhupendersiwagg)

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