Domestic taxi operator Meru Cabs today said it has filed complaints with competition watchdog CCI against taxi aggregators Ola and Uber for allegedly abusing market dominance in four cities.
Alleging that the aggregators are disrupting the market by putting in huge sums of foreign investor money, the company said it has filed four different complaints with the CCI.
The Competition Commission of India (CCI) had earlier rejected similar allegations against Ola with regard to the Bengaluru market, saying there was no dominance as rival Uber too was a significant market player and denied interfering in taxi services market which is yet to fully evolve.
"We have filed four complaints against Ola and Uber in top four cities of operations. They have disrupted the dynamics of the business by pouring foreign funds in the market and selling services below cost and running into losses," Meru Cabs CEO Nilesh Sangoi told
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