Disabled drivers want discrimination to end in e-hailing services


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  • Thursday, 27 Jun 2019

PUTRAJAYA: A group of disabled drivers have submitted a memorandum to the Ministry of Transport, asking for equality in regulations for e-hailing services.

The group representative, Mohd Azahar Mohd Nordin, said many drivers complained about having to to go through additional medical check-ups at the Cheras Rehabilitation Hospital, when they already owned OKU cards.

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