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Where and how can I get a fake receipt in Delhi? Complaints can be filed when the tolls are added to the taxi bill | Delhi News between Delhi, Noida and Gurugram. Shikha Rai, chair of the Standing Commission of the SMC, said the company has decided not to charge the tolls next week to build an RFID network. "If someone is billed tolls, they can file a complaint about our Android software program: SDMC311 or the 1266 or 23220006 or 23212700 help line numbers," she added.

A spokesman for the Southern Corp., which is the node authority for tolling, said if the taxi aggregate continues to levy tolls, the civil authority can submit a FIR against them as it is a commuter scam. Levying of the road charging was stopped between 10 August and 13 September. In recent years, several cases of extra exposure to MS 100 have been notified to SDMC.

Construction work will be carried out to install the RFID infrastucture at 13 key entrance points, among them Ghazipur (main and old), Kalindi Kunj, Kapashera, Kundli, Rajokri, Shahadra (main and overpass), Tikri, Badarpur-Faridabad, DND Flyway and Aya Nagar.

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When you take any of the following journeys to Delhi/NCR for travel or departure, your chauffeur must foot tolls and/or entrance taxes or MCD on your name. The amount will then be deducted from your bill. The breakdown of tolls and taxes is as follows:

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The Ola for overcharging the toll, state tax charged in Delhi NCR

using app-based taxi aggregate for " ", such an operators has inflated commute - with higher tolls or state taxes. Overcharged Ola's tolls and state taxes for a trip in the Delhi to Noida or vice versa area. Whereas the real Uttar Pradesh tolls for a taxi passage from Delhi are 60 crowns, the cabin operators have levied higher, sometimes even twice, tolls.

Conversely, while the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD)'s tolls for a taxi passage to Delhi are 100 RM, the carrier has calculated a higher amount for some customers, as shown by the invoices produced by the aggregate. An applicant who lives in Mayur Vihar, Eastern Delhi, said that since the beginning of April she had been billed an excessive price for the 4.2 kilometres she travelled to and from work in Noida.

"I' m an casual taxi driver and like Ola cabins for the ride from Noida Sector 16 to Mayur Vihar or vice versa. The bill was 170-180 russian crowns for the 4.2 km stretch one months back, but on April 11 I had to foot 286 russian crowns," she said to IANS, refusing to be called.

"As I went through the invoices of my trip, I found out that 165 rubles was calculated under the state tax/MCD fees," she added. Aditya Bhalla, Ola's chief communications officer, said they had a "transparent tariff system" in which a commuteer could verify all the travel information on his website and the invoice.

Bhalla said when he was notified of the bill number of at least two cases of such overload, that if a commute thinks he was charged too much, he must report his complaints to CSR and the firm will listen to his complaints. Y.S. Mann, MCD spokesman for Northern MCD, said to IANS, "The MCD charge for Delhi's personal cabs is Rs.100, and if they charge more, the passengers will have to pick up the problem with the taxi companies because MCD only gets Rs.100 from them."

Also another traveller lamented that Ola had overcharged taxes during a trip from Mayur Vihar to Noida. "but I was amazed to see that 120 was levied as a state duty, which is actually 60 for entry to Uttar Pradesh from Delhi."

Ola's website also says that a commute to Delhi must be paid Rs.100 from Noida and Rs.60 from Delhi for entry to Uttar Pradesh as MCD and state Tax. Delhi's Delhi authorities, which alerted taxi companies to price increases, said they had not yet heard such grievances, but they would take steps if they were given evidence.

IANS said to Delhi Transport Minister Gopal Rai: "If anyone has any evidence or information, please give it to us and we will investigate the issue and take strong measures.

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