Karnataka Government who blocked Ola cabs in the city for misusing the license and violating rules and regulations now allowed Ola cabs to resume its services.
Priyank Kharge, Karnataka’s Social Welfare Minister, tweeted that Ola will be back to its usual work from this Sunday. Rides will go as earlier. Anyway, there is a critical requirement for strategies to get up to speed with new advancements and likewise, businesses also should work nearer with Govt to help advance arrangements for developments.
Ola Cabs investor Matrix Partners applauded the quick solution of the issue and mentioned, “This speed of goals is highly valued and foreshadows well for the new India! Extraordinary to see more youthful pastors shedding the methods for the more permanent ones and advancing rate and development.”
The government earlier canceled the license of Ola saying that they misused the grant and running taxi bikes that were not allowed in Karnataka.
Their license has been issued till 19 June 2021, and they were charged for violating the on-demand transport aggregators rules 2016 and were suspended for six months as a penalty. However, few people were still able to book rides on Friday evening.
Ola responded to the order and said it is a well-behaved organization that has dependably worked with the administration to create a business, improve portability, and empower another innovation industry. Taking note of that the Karnataka On-request Transport Technology Aggregators Rules, 2016, has become effective from April 2016, the office had said the permit issued to Ola Cabs under standards was just for application-based taxi administration (engine taxis), and not for bike taxi services. It created distress all around when Ola was banned in Karnataka as it is the biggest rival of Uber services in India. However, their services have been resumed from Sunday.