Delhi, February 17: Ola and Uber drivers have not got relief from the Delhi High court. Instead, the court has scolded the driver association. Court has instructed the drivers on strike that no incidents of assault should be held henceforth.
Delhi High Court said to drivers that if you don't want to follow the contract, you can break it. But you cannot stop others from following it.
Ola- Uber told the court that there are drivers who wants to continue with the license. But the drivers on strike assault them. Ola-Uber has asked the court to take legal action against the one's who assault drivers.
When High Court asked the drivers about their demand, the drivers said that they are paid only Rs 6/km and the cost they incur is Rs 3-4/ km. Therefore they get very less amount of profits.
Court said to the drivers that nobody has asked the drivers to stay with the company. They can leave them and join some other company if they want.
Court further said that if the drivers will continue like this, then the companies will shift outside of Delhi. While the drivers on strike said that they will protest in Jantar Mantar peacefully.
Significantly, today is the 8th day of the strike. Due to the strike, people are facing a lot of inconvenience. People are paying a lot more for their rides.
Two leaders from the Sarvodaya Drivers Association Delhi were on hunger strike on last Friday in Jantar Mantar. They were admitted in RML hospital after they fell ill.
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