On Uber Case, Banning Services is Not the Solution, Says Transport Minister Gadkari | Read

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After the rape of a young Delhi woman, allegedly by an Uber cab driver, Home Minister Rajnath Singh has today written to all states to consider banning internet-based taxi services. However, Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari commented that "Banning services is not a solution to the problem."

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