KejriwalDelhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday termed as “daylight robbery” the surge pricing by app based taxi operators, and said overcharging and blackmailing won’t be allowed in the national capital, after which he said a ban on surge pricing will continue even after all private cars will be allowed back on the road on Twitter.

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Aimed at reducing the egregious air pollution in the capital , the odd-even scheme will continue till April 30. Though the scheme started on last week, but it was on the first Monday when commuters complained about surge pricing – fares for taxis provided by Ola and Uber.

Also, in a series of tweets Uber tried to explain that the company does not employ drivers, instead aggregates them. And when demand peaks. “Almost all of the fare, surge or not, goes to the driver partners,” the company tweeted, adding that on Monday, reports of fleecing customers were incorrect.

Also, on Wednesday morning he tweeted saying: