Things are not chugging smoothly for Uber and its local rival Ola in India’s Silicon Valley.
Both the ride hailing firms have been directed to withdraw their ride-sharing services in the Indian state of Karnataka. The ruling comes days after the state government deemed carpooling services from the companies illegal.
The transport department of Karnataka, home to ‘India’s Silicon Valley’ city of Bangalore, has given the companies until Thursday to halt the aforementioned services.
The directive was …
Via: Mashable: Business