Ola Gets Clean Chit in CCI Official’s Report
New Delhi: There’s some cheer for taxi-hailing app company Ola, which faced the Delhi government’s ire for surge pricing in the capital under chief minister Arvind Kejriwal’s odd-andeven plan.
Ola has got a clean chit from the Director General Investigations of the Competition Commission of India in a case alleging anti-competitive practices. The competition watchdog will now take a final decision. The CCI had already exonerated the company and rival Uber in a complaint filed by Meru Cabs for anticompetitive practices in the capital. Chennai-based Fast Track Call Cab Pvt had filed a case against Ola.