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Guidelines for regulating taxis in place, HC told

IANS  |  New Delhi 

The High on Monday was informed by the Central that it had constituted a high level committee which has proposed guidelines for regulating taxi services in the country.

Justice Manmohan was informed by advocate Manish Mohan appearing for the Road Transport and Highways Ministry that a committee was constituted to examine issues related to black/yellow taxis, radio taxis and aggregators like Ola and Uber, and the report has been forwarded to the state governments for taking appropriate action.

counsel Rahul Mehra told the that was looking into the guidelines of Central government.

The court, posting the matter for August 2, asked government to file a fresh action taken report on the issue.

The was hearing a batch of petitions filed by radio taxi operators against the Delhi government for allowing Ola and Uber to operate without any licence, while the two companies have filed contempt pleas against each other for alleged violation of court orders.



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First Published: Mon, April 17 2017. 20:20 IST