Delhi, April 19: In a recent move by the Delhi government over interference on surge price system by online taxi (aggegators), Delhi's commuters were struggling to get a single cab, as there were less Uber cabs available in the capital city on Tuesday, April 19.
Ola and Uber on Monday, April 19 suspended 'surge pricing' after Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal ordered strict action, including permit cancellation and impounding against overcharging by taxis.
Uber sent the following SMS to commuters in Delhi today considering the troubles faced by commuters in finding cabs when they need them at their desired locations.
Here are Uber message to commuters:
"This is the result that today less cab is available in many areas of the capital city", it said.
Here are few tweets how commuters reacted on Delhi government's move:
No surge means that availability and reliability will take a hit. We're working hard on getting more cars out on the road. Bear with us.
No surge means that availability and reliability will take a hit. We're working hard on getting more cars out on the road. Bear with us.— Uber Delhi (@Uber_Delhi) April 19, 2016