Overall, Delhi recorded 71 million trips totalling 1.06 billion km in 2019.
The company more than halved its losses to Rs 2,842.2 crore, while growing its revenue by 61 per cent to Rs 2,222.6 crore in 2017-18.
Riders will be insured for up to Rs 5 lakh in case of accidental death or disability and up to Rs 2 lakh for hospitalisation.
Due to increased prices of auto parts, taxes and rise in insurance rates are some of the reasons for slow down in automobile industry.
The company is now focussing on deploying 10,000 electric vehicles.
- « First
- « Previous
- Next »
- Last »
1 of 1