With the camera, the Assam Uber driver tries to attack the customer beyond payment

With the camera, the Assam Uber driver tries to attack the customer beyond payment

Uber’s taxi driver was arrested today by Assam police for assaulting a man and attempting to assault him in a dispute over how to pay for a trip. Two journalists (Mohd Abuzar Choudhary and Nikita Jain) took an Uber taxi this morning and said their default payments were set online. However, journalists claimed that the driver demanded cash and became aggressive when he was told that it was impossible to change the payment method once the trip began. Jane also claimed that the driver had beaten his colleague with a stick and tried to drive him over when they said they would file a complaint. She also accused the driver of calling them “Bangladeshis.”

“I booked Kamakhya’s Uber at #Guwahati. Online was a payment, but he wanted cash. Then he became aggressive and beat @MohdAbuzarCh with a rod. Car He also called us Bangladesh @assampolice, “she tweeted with a photo of the driver.

Guwahati police immediately responded to her tweet asking for details, and police secretary Hardy Singh personally responded to the tweet that “action has begun.”

Another journalist is shocking to see the driver stepping into his car and speeding up towards the person recording him, saying he’s a friend of Mr. Choudhary. I tweeted a video. The latter moves quickly out of the way, but the vehicle is still running on his feet. After that, the driver escapes from the spot.

Uber India asked for details and responded to tweets promising “necessary actions.”

Jain and Choudhary thanked the police on Twitter for their prompt response and action.