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Pathao riders up the ante against their company

23 December 2020  

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KATHMANDU: A group of bikers providing ride-sharing service to the public on behalf of Pathao has submitted a 11-point memorandum to the company.

As many as 75 riders on Monday submitted the demand letter to ride sharing company Pathao seeking reduction in the commission rate and fines they need to pay for defying the company rules and insure the motorbike and riders.

Currently, the company requires them to pay 20 per cent of the fare to the company as a commission.

Similarly, the company suspends the riders upon receiving a complaint from the service recipients and fines them more than Rs 1,100 to lift the suspension.

The riders in demand letter have stated that the commission rate come down to eight per cent, the company should listen to their grievances and allow them to reject ride users.



Publish Date : 23 December 2020 07:09 AM

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