Cab Drivers Boycott Ola, Uber in Guwahati, Assam Due to Payment Issues 

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File photo taken in Tokyo on Oct. 4, 2018, shows ride-sharing apps, (clockwise from bottom) Uber, Grab, Didi and Ola Cabs, seen on a smartphone display. (Kyodo) ==Kyodo (Photo by Kyodo News Stills via Getty Images)

Around 18000 cab motorists and 16000 Rapido bike riders will stop furnishing the driver services. Two original hack drivers Pei India and AM2 will be functional in the  megacity, The Meghalayan reported. The decision came into effect citing the nonstop  importunity of the hack motorists by these aggregators in the region. The action was taken by All Assam Cab Mazdoor Sangha and All Guwahati Bike and Taxi Union. The two associations took the decision to discontinue the services amid the nonstop  importunity of hack motorists by cab aggregators.

While these cab aggregators haven’t officially discontinued their services in Guwahati, numerous hack motorists have. The All Assam Cab Mazdoor Sangh and All Guwahati Bike and Taxi Union came together to take this decision, according to a report. The associations decided to swap and stop their lifts to protest against the importunity of these cab drivers. Numerous reports are stating that Cab drivers allegedly kill and hack  motorists in Guwahati continuously and this is the reason behind blacking the Ola, Rapido, and Uber lifts. Jyotish Deka is the General Secretary of All Assam Cab Mazdoor Sangha and he talked about how Ola and Uber hack aggregators started  draining the motorists and started taking about 40- 60% of the commission for every lift from them. These hack services began operating in Assam back in the time 2015 and handed fair impulses to the motorists in the  original time.

Unfortunately, they started taking way more commission in the coming times. This isn’t reasonable at all for them and that’s the reason they decided to swap the hack services, they cite. Jyotish Deka is the General Secretary of All Assam Cab Mazdoor Sangha and he talked about how Ola and Uber hack aggregators started  draining the motorists and started taking about 40- 60% of the commission for every lift from them. These hack services began operating in Assam back in the time 2015 and handed fair  impulses to the  motorists in the original time. Unfortunately, they started taking way more commissions in the coming many times. This isn’t reasonable at all for them and that’s the reason they decided to swap the hack services, they cite.