Life appears a great deal fewer complexes as far back as the application based taxicab framework has been presented in India. Be that as it may, issues with respect to the wellbeing of travelers have been raised on numerous occasions and a current overview led by a NGO has uncovered some stunning discoveries.
Group Against Drunken Driving (CADD) is a NGO that has been working intimately with the Delhi police for as long as 15 years to check intoxicated driving. The NGO directed the review on 10,000 taxicab drivers between 2 PM and 1 AM.
The study uncovered that 55.6 percent of the drivers drink and drive all the time. Not only this, 27 percent of them consented to have acknowledged appointments while they were intensely flushed.
62.1 percent of the respondents uncovered that they expend liquor in their vehicles. Evidently, long work hours and a tumultuous calendar were refered to as explanations behind them drinking at work.
Even additionally confounding that 90.2% have never been checked by their boss for alcoholic driving.
Street wellbeing master and CADD organizer Prince Singhal told the Daily Mail:
The exploration was led at 50 unmistakable open areas of Delhi including air terminals, railroad stations, Metro stations, shopping centers, business centers, office buildings and college regions. 893 out of the 10,000 were drivers of dark and-yellow taxicabs and 9,107 were taxicab drivers of radio and application based taxis.
Traveler security ought to be preeminent for any transportation organization. This is a difficult issue which ought not be managed gently.