Delhi Auto and Taxi Unions End Indefinite Strike Against Ola-Uber

The unions of autos and taxis drivers protested against Ola and Uber affecting their livelihoods.

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Auto rickshaws in New Delhi. (Photo: Reuters)
  • The indefinite strike called by auto and taxi unions of Delhi against app-based taxi services, beginning 26 July has come to an end on Thursday.

  • The unions of around 85, 000 autos and 15, 000 yellow-black taxis protested against Ola and Uber running in the city without acquiring necessary permits and affecting their livelihoods as a consequence.

  • The Delhi government had termed the strike “politically-motivated”, saying banning the operation of app-based cab services does not come under its ambit and arguing instead that the Centre should do something in this regard.

(With ANI inputs)

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