April 20, 2024

The Delhi government banned any of these businesses from offering any bike-taxi services in the Capital in February in accordance with the Motor Vehicles Act of 1988.

As of Monday, the Supreme Court had put on hold the Delhi High Court’s decisions permitting aggregators to use two-wheelers as taxis until the state government passed the appropriate rules.



In accordance with the Motor Vehicles Act of 1988, the Delhi government banned all such operators from offering any bike-taxi services in February and warned riders who broke the law that they could face fines of up to Rs.10,000 and licence suspensions lasting at least three years.

On May 26, the supreme court ruled that no coercive measures should be used.

Vijay Laxmi Rai

What does 7 Days of Valentine means? LIFE CHANGING SPORTS QUOTES 4 Guinness World Records BTS broke in 2022 Sustainability Tips for Living Green Daily Quote of the day