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GSIA bats for app-based taxi services | Goa News

Panaji: Supporting the government in the current standoff with the taxi unions, Goa State Industries Association (GSIA) said the government should not only ensure that GoaMiles continues, but should also allow other app-based taxi aggregators such as Ola and Uber to operate in Goa. GSIA president Damodar Kochkar said that as an industry body, it wants to support the stand taken by the state government.
GSIA urged the government not to succumb to pressure tactics, but instead, adopt a long-term approach that is in the interest of the state and its tourism sector.
“We don’t have proper public transport in Goa so there must be an affordable service for those who visit the state,” Kochkar said. “If Goa wants to promote tourism then…

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