Karnataka Pulls up Ola and Uber for Failing to Obtain Licenses

Ola and Uber have been severely criticised for charging two-three times higher than regular rates during peak hours.

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The Karnataka government has made it mandatory for aggregators to get a state license. (Representational image: iStock)

The Karnataka government has pulled up cab aggregators Ola and Uber from the state for failing to obtain the license to be able to provide their services, News 18 reported.

The Karnataka government has made it mandatory for aggregators to get a state license to bring an end to the surge prices that the cabs services charge in times of high demand.

Both Ola and Uber have been severely criticised for charging two-three times higher than the regular rates during peak hours.

Though the cab aggregators have applied for a license, they have failed to provide certain necessary documents needed for the same.

Read the full report on News 18.

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