Uber has increased the rates of travel rates by 12 percent in Delhi-NCR region. The cabin aggregator has said prices have risen with drivers in mind protesting in the national capital over rising fuel prices. Uber says its move is aimed at reducing the impact of increased fuel costs on drivers. CNG currently costs Rs. 69.11 per kilogram in Delhi, diesel price in Delhi is at Rs. 96.67 per liter, and gasoline cost in the city is at Rs. 105 per liter.
Uber said in a statement that it understands from feedback from drivers that the current rise in fuel prices is worrying. “To help drivers recover from the impact of a peak in fuel prices, Uber has increased travel rates in Delhi-NCR by 12 percent. In the coming weeks, we will continue to track fuel price movements and will take further steps if necessary. said Nitish Bhushan, Head of Central Operations, Uber India and South Asia.
Recently, car and taxi drivers held protests in Delhi, demanding a subsidy on CNG prices. The country’s fuel prices have risen in recent days, however, they have not changed for the sixth consecutive day on Tuesday 12 April, after being hiked 14 times in 21 days. In all, petrol and diesel prices have gone up by Rs. 10 per liter, respectively, to 14 versions. Currently, the CNG price in Delhi is Rs. 69.11 per kilogram, diesel price in Delhi is at Rs. 96.67 per liter, and gasoline price in Delhi is at Rs. 105.41 per liter.
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