Ola, Uber, other aggregators have to apply for license by March 16 to ply in Maharashtra: Bombay High Court

If such applications are rejected, then such aggregators will not be permitted to carry on operations in the State of Maharashtra, a Bench led by Chief Justice Dipankar Datta clarified.
Ola, Uber, other aggregators have to apply for license by March 16 to ply in Maharashtra: Bombay High Court

The Bombay High Court on Monday directed Ola, Uber and other cab aggregators to apply for a license from the Maharashtra government under the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act (Act) and Motor Vehicle Aggregators Guidelines of 2020 (Guidelines) before March 16 this year. [Savina Crasto v. State of Maharashtra & Ors.]

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