The competition between taxi aggregators Ola and Uber intensified today with Uber moving the Delhi High Court, alleging 'deliberate and unlawful interference' by Ola in Uber's business.
Uber India, represented by Senior Advocates Rajeev Nayyar and Dayan Krishnan, submitted before Justice Vipin Sanghi that Ola had created significant number of fake accounts that were used to make 'false bookings and subsequent cancellations' on Uber's app.
The counsel argued that this exercise was intended . . .
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