The New Delhi government has issued a warning to app-based taxi aggregators like Ola Cabs and Uber over licence applications, saying it will not accept any, until they follow and comply with the ban imposed on them.
The AAP government in Delhi has decided to write to the centre to take strict action against Ola Cabs and Uber for not complying with the ban.
The government had ordered these two companies to submit details of their drivers and vehicles in order to regularise their services, but nothing has been done so far.
Gopal Rai, the Transport Minister said, "We will soon send a reminder to the central government to take action against Uber and Ola Cabs for not complying with the ban order. As city government can not block the app of these companies, we will again approach the centre to do the same."
He also said "We are working on a special plan to take action against banned taxi services in the capital. Several teams will be formed to seize the taxis of such companies."
Adding fuel to the already burning fire, Uber has landed in trouble again after a driver was accused of molesting a female passenger on the 31st of May.