After Ola, the Karnataka country shipping department is now looking to forestall the offerings of bike taxi organization Rapido.
Citing reliable sources, an ET report said that it’s going to quickly be submitting a police grievance towards the enterprise on the Koramangala Police station in Bengaluru.
According to Gnanendra Kumar, joint commissioner (Enforcement), about 170 Rapido motorbike-taxis had been seized via the department as of Friday (April 5). The delivery branch is also predicted to levy a high-quality on Rapido because it did within the case of Ola.
Citing Narendra Holkar, extra commissioner of shipping, the document delivered that notices were issued to Rapido directing them to forestall its bike taxi services at once.

Unsatisfied with Rapido’s reaction to its directive, the branch can be taking legal steps to make sure that the business enterprise suspends its motorcycle offerings.
In February, the state delivery branch had written to each Ola and Rapido to forestall its motorcycle taxi services at once.
Ola TaxiForSure Uber (OTU) Owners and Drivers Association has also requested the authorities to prevent bike taxi offerings including that the carrier is likewise violating the Motor Vehicle Act which mentions that car with white plates can’t be used for commercial functions.
In order to preserve the groups from working the motorbike taxi services, country shipping branch banned Ola from strolling cab operations in Karnataka and its license had been suspended for a duration of six months on March 22.
However, the ban was lifted after a day after Ola paid an exceptional of INR 15 Lakh. However, the department is but to provide the cab aggregator the license to perform two-wheelers.
Due to this, Ola’s determine employer ANI Technologies has filed a petition towards the nation shipping department at the Karnataka high court docket for not presenting the company with a license to operate bike taxis inside the nation.
Citing growing quantity of road injuries in Bengaluru, the Karnataka transport department had declared Uber and Ola’s motorbike sharing offerings as “illegal” in 2016. The services had been banned from the country.
According to a July 2018 document, the city had misplaced three,250 human lives in street accidents in four years. The report also delivered that motorbike accidents have been also growing in the city.

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