Rideshare, which allows two or more people going in the same direction to use one cab, might be a good concept, but when did a good concept come in the way of law? It has in the case of cab aggregators Ola and its American rival Uber.
“When an Indian company goes to the US, it follows the law of the land. You can debate with the government, but you can’t dictate the government,” Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst and CEO at Greyhound Research, said.
“Women safety can’t be jeopardised. The government is not wrong…,” Gogia said.