Sindh Govt. Announces Careem & Uber Ban for not Registering Their Businesses


Sindh Govt. Announces Careem & Uber Ban for not Registering Their Businesses

With the rising popularity of Uber and Careem, both ride-hailing companies were getting famous with many people booking them by using Apps to reach their respective destinations. The government of Sindh has decided to ban Ride haling services Uber and Careem. This is not the first time we are hearing this kind of news as previously Punjab had the same recommendations for both services. The reason of Careem & Uber ban is according to the Sindh Government is that both services are not operating under the proper tax net. The ban applies to the city of Karachi and the rest of Sindh Province.

Transport Minister of Sindh Awais Shah during a meeting of the province’s transportation department revealed to ban Careem & Uber. He also revealed that they are preparing to write a letter to both App booking services ordering them to cease operation in Karachi and the rest of the province.

People are not Happy about the Careem & Uber Ban

Basically, after such companies are launched, the government can treat them in two basic ways. They can either treat them as a taxi service or such services can be regulated by the government. In order to run a private taxi, the vehicle must be made commercial and owners of the vehicles must obtain a fitness certificate. If Careem and Uber will fulfil these demands, maybe the govt. will put off the ban.

These multinational car-hailing services are brought to Pakistan with great efforts and negotiations are in the process right from the beginning.

As Pakistan does not have any proper transportation structure, such companies are warmly welcomed. Such services don’t just provide ease to people but also create several employment opportunities.

Though the people were not happy with this decision of Govt.

This decision will have an adverse effect on citizens of Sindh as now they are used to such ride-hailing services providing ease to them. Hundreds of people are to lose jobs if Sindh Govt, will totally cease these services.

Referring to the ban of Ride Hailing Services, Uber Spokesperson said that:

Sindh Government has been supportive of disruptive technologies in recent years and we appreciate the role they have played in providing masses a more convenient and affordable mode of transport along with creating numerous economic opportunities. We are looking forward to working with the Sindh Government to address their concerns.”




How You Feel About This Post

Like Our Content ? Enter Your Email and Get Daily Dose of Infotainment Stories


5G,1,Abaya,13,Adobe,2,Ahsan Khan,3,Aima Baig,4,Aiman khan,16,Alizeh Shah,7,Android,45,Apple,15,Apps,700,Ayesha Khan,1,Ayesha Umer,2,Ayeza Khan,21,Bags,1,Bollywood,77,Breakfast,1,Bridal Dresses,11,Celebrities,1121,Children Prints,8,Cookware,1,Dresses,343,Facebook,53,Fashion,429,Fawad Khan,4,Firefox,4,Fiza Ali,1,Food,29,Gadets iPhone,7,Gadgets,886,Gents,1,Gents Dress,25,Gmail,9,Google,66,Google Assistant,8,Google Duo,8,Google Gboard,7,Google Maps,18,Google Photos,7,Google Pixel,2,Google Play Store,3,Hair Styles,12,Hania Amir,8,Hareem Farooq,3,Health,82,Hera Mani,5,Hijab,3,Hina Altaf,3,Hollywood,8,How To,284,HTC,5,Huawei,142,Humayun Saeed,1,Iman Aly,1,Infinix,12,Instagram,50,iOS,60,Iqra Aziz,16,Iqrar Ul Hassan,11,Kinza Hashmi,6,Komal Rizvi,2,Ladies Cloths,189,Laptops,1,Lenovo,11,LG,23,Mac,5,Mahira,16,Makeup,15,Mathira,2,Mawra Hocane,6,Maya Ali,11,Mehndi Styles,25,Mehwish Hayat,12,Meizu,19,Microsoft,5,Minal Khan,14,Mix topics,905,Mobilink,14,Momal Sheikh,3,Momina Mustahsen,2,Motorola,19,Music,35,Nadia Hussain,1,Neelam Muneer,4,Neelam Usaf,1,Netflix,3,Nida Yasir,8,Nimra Khan,6,Nokia,42,Nubia X,6,Office,1,OnePlus,14,Oppo,57,Pak Army,1,Pixel,1,PTCL,2,Qmobile,2,Realme,19,Reema Khan,7,Resham,1,Saba Qamar,10,Saboor Aly,5,Sadaf kanwal,5,Sajal Ali,13,Samsung,153,Sana Fakhar,1,Sana Javed,1,Sanam Baloch,4,Sanam Jung,2,Sania Mirza,1,Sarah Khan,4,Shawls,3,Shoes,12,Showbiz,1258,Sidra Batool,1,Skin Care,9,Skype,6,Snapchat,12,Sony,9,Sonya Hussain,2,SoundCloud,1,Sports,64,Startups,2,Summer Outfits,50,Syed Jibran,3,Tech,1800,Techno,8,Telegram,4,Telenor,9,TikTok,7,TV,4,TV Series,145,Twitter,19,Uber,1,Ufone,3,Urwa Hocane,7,Videos,140,Vivo,55,W,1,WhatsApp,75,Windows,86,Winter Collection,1,WordPress,1,Xiaomi,92,YouTube,22,Zara Noor,12,Zenfone,2,Zong,3,
Daily InfoTech: Sindh Govt. Announces Careem & Uber Ban for not Registering Their Businesses
Sindh Govt. Announces Careem & Uber Ban for not Registering Their Businesses
Daily InfoTech
Loaded All Posts Not found any posts VIEW ALL Readmore Reply Cancel reply Delete By Home PAGES POSTS View All RECOMMENDED FOR YOU LABEL ARCHIVE SEARCH ALL POSTS Not found any post match with your request Back Home Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat January February March April May June July August September October November December Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec just now 1 minute ago $$1$$ minutes ago 1 hour ago $$1$$ hours ago Yesterday $$1$$ days ago $$1$$ weeks ago more than 5 weeks ago Followers Follow THIS PREMIUM CONTENT IS LOCKED STEP 1: Share to a social network STEP 2: Click the link on your social network Copy All Code Select All Code All codes were copied to your clipboard Can not copy the codes / texts, please press [CTRL]+[C] (or CMD+C with Mac) to copy