High Court Urges Delhi Govt To Lift Ban On App Based Taxi Services

High Court has appealed Delhi Government to lift ban on app-based taxi services. Crimes reported which are caused by cab drivers only service providers cannot be blamed in such instance. As the government departments have provided necessary permissions for the vehicles, if the permit has expired then the corresponding police have also to be considered as criminal. High court has suggested Delhi Government to approve some sensible hearing favoring the cab service providers in Delhi.

Delhi government should also incorporate new technology to minimize any un-foreseen incidents, which has absolutely failed at providing appropriate guide lines to look over app based taxi services. Cab service company on the other hand quoted that their vehicles have All India Permits and thereby cannot be addressed under Delhi Government’s Radio Taxi Scheme. Justice Manmohan Singh said,”If AIP was given to wrong person, he (OLA) is not to be blamed. You can’t put burden on him (OLA) if AIP was given to a criminal. The cross has to be borne by police and government”.

High court said,”If AIP was given to wrong person, he (OLA) is not to be blamed. You can’t put burden on him (OLA) if AIP was given to a criminal. The cross has to be borne by police and government”.

High ourt has stated that the technology incorporated with service providers was sophisticated and working globally. Company is also equipped with GPS tracking facilities and government cannot deny the employment potential of the individuals.

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