Ola, Uber doing unlawful business, should agree to laws followed by kaali-peeli taxis: MNS

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WION Web Team New Delhi, Delhi, India Mar 19, 2018, 05.47 AM (IST)

 Maharashtra Navnirman leader Sanjay Naik has demanded that Ola and Uber companies should agree to the laws which are followed by the yellow-black taxis in Maharashtra. 

He said that the two companies were doing business unlawfully. 

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App-based cabs Ola and Uber are on strike in Mumbai for an indefinite period.

The strike has been called by Maharashtra Navnirman Vahtuk Sena, the transport wing of Raj Thackeray led MNS.

The cab drivers are demanding better earnings, incentives and monthly income. 

They said that the two companies had assured them a profit of Rs 1.5 lakh per month but now the situation has driven them into debts. They added that they are not even able to pay EMIs of their vehicles. 

The strike is announced for Monday in Mumbai and on Friday for Delhi.