Delhi High Court says no to lift ban on plying Uber taxis

North Gazette News/ New Delhi
The Delhi High on Wednesday turned downed Uber’s request to allow to operate in the Capital for the time being. Justice Vibhu Bakhru asked Uber India to represent its case before Delhi government’s on December 29.

It is worth mentioning that ban on plying of Uber cab services in the national capital was imposed after the alleged rape incident with a woman passenger by one of its driver. It is not only Uber Taxi service but 20 other cab services including Ola Cabs have been banned to operate within Delhi.
This rape incident in India had caused a lot of uproar and state government had imposed a ban on plying taxis that were connected with web based services.This case has sparked a debate about the safety of women in national capital New Delhi, which is often dubbed India’s rape capital.
The Delhi police had registered “a case against Uber for cheating its customers and violating government orders.