No plan to allow Ola, Uber in Goa: Minister

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Panaji, Aug 3 (IANS) The Goa government does not plan to allow Ola other cab aggregators to operate in the state, Transport Minister Sudin Dhavalikar said on Thursday.

Dhavalikar said this in a written reply in the assembly to a question from Nationalist Congress Party member Churchill Alemao.

Several ruling BJP leaders, including Nilesh Cabral, have been demanding introduction of Ola and Uber like taxi services in the state, accusing a section of taxi drivers in the state of ruining Goa’s reputation as a tourism destination by overcharging and unruly behaviour.

Goa saw more than million tourists in the 2016-17 tourism season.



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