Uber Is Declared ‘Illegal’ in Bangladesh


Bangladesh said Friday the Uber ride-sharing administration was working “wrongfully”, days after it propelled in the capital.

A notice set in a high-flow daily paper by the Bangladesh Road Transport Authority advised drivers not to work through the prominent telephone application.

“Uber, the online-based taxi administration, is being worked totally wrongfully,” said BRTA chief Mohammad Nurul Islam in the promotion.

There was no quick remark from Uber, which propelled its on-request auto ride benefits in Dhaka on Tuesday saying it would diminish activity in one of the world’s most congested urban areas by empowering ride-sharing.

Uber seemed to have government backing when a lesser clergyman said the dispatch was “a piece of our endeavors to construct brilliant urban areas”.

The administration has reformed auto share rides over the globe since it was propelled in 2010, getting to be one of the world’s most significant new companies.

Be that as it may, it has confronted challenges from set up taxi administrators in many places and been hit by a progression of claims and administrative obstacles.

BRTA operations chief Sitangshu Shekhar Biswas told Source ┬áthere was no “lawful structure” for Uber to work in Bangladesh.

“It can tie up with the nation’s two existing cab organizations since we’ve altered their rents and different rules. In any case, its application can’t be utilized as a part of other private autos or vehicles,” he said.