MINT PRESS / The taxi squad of taxi firm Taxi duluz said it has hired at least 20 additional staff members to support the taxi fleet as it ramps up operations across the country.
The company said it would also expand the service to other cities in the country as well as other cities outside the Greater Mumbai area.
The recruitment of more drivers was done in the wake of the government announcement that a new model of auto licence will be introduced in July.
“We have hired 20 more staff members as we are trying to build up the number of drivers and hire more vehicles to help the taxi service,” said Vijay Nandan, the managing director of Taxi duls.
The announcement has led to protests and protests in several states and territories in the north, including Maharashtra, where many of the protests have been staged.
The Maharashtra government has also announced a new plan to increase the number and quality of vehicles in the state’s roads.
Maharashtra Transport Minister Keshav Maharaj said on Tuesday that the new model would make it easier for people to get around the state.
The plan has been welcomed by the government, with a spokesperson saying that the government will work towards providing better service to its citizens.
“If we can give a better service in the future, we will do so.
We are looking forward to having better vehicles, more taxis and better services in the days ahead,” the spokesperson said.
The government is also looking at ways to reduce the cost of hiring drivers.
It is also considering a tax on ride-sharing services to curb the rampant use of ridesharing services by people.
The Taxi squad has already expanded its fleet in Mumbai, the capital of the north-western state.
The company said on Monday that it had hired 5,000 taxis to be in Mumbai.