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Ola partners with leading banks to support driver-partners navigate cash crunch

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Taxi aggregator Ola has joined hands with leading banks and and gas companies to help driver-partners fight crunch post of old currency notes.

In Bengaluru, it has partnered with to facilitate the process of obtaining fuel e-vouchers across all petrol pumps in the city.

Thousands of driver partners have already availed this feature and have used these fuel e-vouchers issued by Ola to fill-up petrol/diesel in a cashless manner. The activity kick started this weekend and will continue till end of December; and will also be implemented in other key cities.

Apart from making fuel e-vouchers available for driver-partners, Ola has partnered with to put up mobile ATMs in its office to support driver-partners with accessible withdrawals. Stationed at Ola's office in Bengaluru, executives assisted Ola driver-partners in withdrawals through the mobile ATM machines.

Any driver-partner who had his 'Aadhar card' linked to his account, was able to withdraw using this service. In addition to this, Ola had also tied-up with ICICI to facilitate conversion for the driver-partners in the past weeks until exchange was permitted. representatives put up kiosks in the Ola office and helped driver-partners in exchanging demonetized currency into accepted denominations.

"Ola's mission of building mobility for a billion Indians is driven by its driver-partners; and hence it is imperative for us to create an ecosystem that empowers them as entrepreneurs. Enabling easy availability has saved a lot of effort and time for our driver-partners without having to stand in long queues at banks or ATMs, allowing them to serve more citizens in this time," said vice president Operations at Ola, Karanveer Singh Shekhawat.

"Aligned with government's Digital India mission, Ola has been tirelessly working towards helping hundreds of thousands of driver partners across the country get access to digital financial benefits like - accounts, payment cards, online transfer of earnings on a daily basis, to name a few," added Shekhawat.

Ola also rolled out a number of similar initiatives for the general public across the country. In Kolkata, Ola has partnered with Punjab National (PNB) to put up mobile ATMs in its cabs to support citizens by reducing the effort of going to a bank. Ola has also rolled out a similar activity for citizens in Hyderabad, in partnership with the State of India and Andhra Bank. Similar initiatives will be flagged off in other key cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Chandigarh and Ahmedabad in the coming weeks.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Taxi aggregator Ola has joined hands with leading banks and and gas companies to help driver-partners fight crunch post of old currency notes.

In Bengaluru, it has partnered with to facilitate the process of obtaining fuel e-vouchers across all petrol pumps in the city.

Thousands of driver partners have already availed this feature and have used these fuel e-vouchers issued by Ola to fill-up petrol/diesel in a cashless manner. The activity kick started this weekend and will continue till end of December; and will also be implemented in other key cities.

Apart from making fuel e-vouchers available for driver-partners, Ola has partnered with to put up mobile ATMs in its office to support driver-partners with accessible withdrawals. Stationed at Ola's office in Bengaluru, executives assisted Ola driver-partners in withdrawals through the mobile ATM machines.

Any driver-partner who had his 'Aadhar card' linked to his account, was able to withdraw using this service. In addition to this, Ola had also tied-up with ICICI to facilitate conversion for the driver-partners in the past weeks until exchange was permitted. representatives put up kiosks in the Ola office and helped driver-partners in exchanging demonetized currency into accepted denominations.

"Ola's mission of building mobility for a billion Indians is driven by its driver-partners; and hence it is imperative for us to create an ecosystem that empowers them as entrepreneurs. Enabling easy availability has saved a lot of effort and time for our driver-partners without having to stand in long queues at banks or ATMs, allowing them to serve more citizens in this time," said vice president Operations at Ola, Karanveer Singh Shekhawat.

"Aligned with government's Digital India mission, Ola has been tirelessly working towards helping hundreds of thousands of driver partners across the country get access to digital financial benefits like - accounts, payment cards, online transfer of earnings on a daily basis, to name a few," added Shekhawat.

Ola also rolled out a number of similar initiatives for the general public across the country. In Kolkata, Ola has partnered with Punjab National (PNB) to put up mobile ATMs in its cabs to support citizens by reducing the effort of going to a bank. Ola has also rolled out a similar activity for citizens in Hyderabad, in partnership with the State of India and Andhra Bank. Similar initiatives will be flagged off in other key cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Chandigarh and Ahmedabad in the coming weeks.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Ola partners with leading banks to support driver-partners navigate cash crunch

Taxi aggregator Ola has joined hands with leading banks and and gas companies to help driver-partners fight crunch post of old currency notes.

In Bengaluru, it has partnered with to facilitate the process of obtaining fuel e-vouchers across all petrol pumps in the city.

Thousands of driver partners have already availed this feature and have used these fuel e-vouchers issued by Ola to fill-up petrol/diesel in a cashless manner. The activity kick started this weekend and will continue till end of December; and will also be implemented in other key cities.

Apart from making fuel e-vouchers available for driver-partners, Ola has partnered with to put up mobile ATMs in its office to support driver-partners with accessible withdrawals. Stationed at Ola's office in Bengaluru, executives assisted Ola driver-partners in withdrawals through the mobile ATM machines.

Any driver-partner who had his 'Aadhar card' linked to his account, was able to withdraw using this service. In addition to this, Ola had also tied-up with ICICI to facilitate conversion for the driver-partners in the past weeks until exchange was permitted. representatives put up kiosks in the Ola office and helped driver-partners in exchanging demonetized currency into accepted denominations.

"Ola's mission of building mobility for a billion Indians is driven by its driver-partners; and hence it is imperative for us to create an ecosystem that empowers them as entrepreneurs. Enabling easy availability has saved a lot of effort and time for our driver-partners without having to stand in long queues at banks or ATMs, allowing them to serve more citizens in this time," said vice president Operations at Ola, Karanveer Singh Shekhawat.

"Aligned with government's Digital India mission, Ola has been tirelessly working towards helping hundreds of thousands of driver partners across the country get access to digital financial benefits like - accounts, payment cards, online transfer of earnings on a daily basis, to name a few," added Shekhawat.

Ola also rolled out a number of similar initiatives for the general public across the country. In Kolkata, Ola has partnered with Punjab National (PNB) to put up mobile ATMs in its cabs to support citizens by reducing the effort of going to a bank. Ola has also rolled out a similar activity for citizens in Hyderabad, in partnership with the State of India and Andhra Bank. Similar initiatives will be flagged off in other key cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Chandigarh and Ahmedabad in the coming weeks.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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