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EXCLUSIVE: Here's what Ola told its employees post govt's ban on ridesharing

EXCLUSIVE: Here's what Ola told its employees post govt's ban on ridesharing
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Ride-sharing with cab aggregators has been banned in Bengaluru, starting today.

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The government of Karnataka has decided to curb ride sharing where can aggregators pick up more than one customer from different locations and take a fraction of the cost of the ride for it.

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To garner support for ride-sharing and highlighting it's positive effects, Ola sent out a mailer to its 7000+ employees, yesterday. This is what the mailer said:

Sometimes, it takes all of us working together to make our city a better place to live in. People sharing a cab not only leads to fewer cars on the road but also means clearer roads, and cleaner air not just for today, but for the generations ahead.

Here's how millions of Bangaloreans came together and opted Ola Share in 2016 to make their city greener.

- 1,106,134 litres of fuel saved

- 1,871,579 kgs of Co2 emission reduced

- 13,273,613 kms driven less

To continue making a difference show your support for ride-sharing. We urge all our employees to join us in promoting the #BLRDoYourShare campaign. Please tweet, post, share and spread the word with your family and friends, because sharing begins at home!

To support ride-sharing with Ola, visit the company's Facebook or twitter page.

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