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Six injured in clash among taxi operators

Published On : 08 Nov 2018   |  Reported By : Courtesy The Hindu   |  Pic On: Photo credit The Hindu

Mangaluru, (The Hindu): A few days ahead of an online taxi aggregator set to begin cab services at the International Airport in Manglauru, representatives of Online Taxi Operators Association and Airport Taxi Association clashed at the airport on Wednesday afternoon in which six taxi drivers suffered injuries.

Members of the Online Taxi Operators Association, led by B.K. Imtiyaz, came in different vehicles from the airport exit route to meet the director of the airport.

The association members wanted to give a representation to the director against the Airport Taxi Association members not allowing online taxi operators to operate from the airport.

Just as they were entering the vehicle parking area, the representatives of Airport Taxi Association reportedly waylaid them and the two groups had had a heated exchange of words. This led to a clash between them resulting in three persons from each group getting injured.

While three injured persons were admitted to the Government Wenlock Hospital, the other three were admitted to a private hospital. A few taxis were damaged.

The Bajpe Police have registered complaints by the two associations.

Work order
Meanwhile, director of the airport V.V. Rao told The Hindu that the Airports Authority of India (AAI) has issued work order to ANI Technologies Pvt. Ltd. to operate its Ola Cabs at the airport. It has been selected through bidding. Some official formalities are being completed by the company now. It would begin its services soon.

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