Penang taxi drivers protest against Uber, GrabCar


Penang taxi drivers demo on uber and grab car at Light Street in George Town,Penang.

GEORGE TOWN: Taxi drivers here are on a four-hour strike to protest against Uber and GrabCar services in the state.

Penang Taxi Associate Association (Gabungan) secretary Mohamad Shahimi Hadzri urged the Federal government and Cabinet to reconsider legalising Uber and GrabCar.

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