Ola and Uber drivers called off their 13-day strike today after the Delhi government and the two companies assured them of fulfilling most of their demands.
Thousands of drivers working with the taxi aggregators had gone on indefinite strike against “low” fares and “lacking” basis amenities their employers give to them.
Sarvodaya Drivers’ Association of Delhi (SDAD), which claims to represent 1.5 lakhs of drivers in Delhi-NCR, stated it has called off its strike till February 27 as the app-based cab aggregators have sought time to resolve their issues.
The development comes after the Delhi government today called a meeting with striking drivers and representatives of Uber and Ola.
The meeting went for around four hours.
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Sameeksha Bhardwaj, From ITvoir News Desk