The online cab service company Ola and Uber, will continue to have limited service for compulsory trips during the curfew on Sunday . Ola spokesperson said in a statement, "Keeping in mind the appeal of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Janata curfew, we will encourage our customers across the country not to travel unnecessarily between seven and nine in the morning. During this period, limited service will be available for emergency and compulsory visits.
To prevent the spread of the corona virus, Prime Minister Modi has appealed to the public to stay in the houses between seven and nine o'clock in the morning on Sunday and to avoid unnecessary trips. He named it 'Janata Curfew'. Uber has also said that as per the government guidelines, he has an appeal from the people to follow the Janata curfew on Sunday 22 March.
The company will provide its services for the visits related to the sanitizer essentials. In the wake of the Corona virus crisis, both companies have temporarily discontinued their shared travel services.