said he was prima facie of the view that it was a public interest litigation (PIL) and thus wants a report to be filed before the appropriate bench. According to this M
agic Sewa Pvt Ltd it has claimed that the unlicensed drivers are violating the rules and charging nonsense rates
charging very low amounts like Rs. 5 per km or as high as Rs. 38 per km. they want the fare should be same for every km per company and it will thus provide an ease to the customer as well.
Some times they also charge peak time charges that could be 5 times more than the normal charge .
It has been seen that the app-based cab companies like Ola and Uber were not complying with the City Taxi Scheme, 2015 or the fares notified under the Motor Vehicles Act.
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