The Taxi aggregator Ola has signed a MoU with Haryana government to create more than 10,000 entrepreneurs in the state with an investment of Rs 350 cr over the next 5 years to skill and train thousands of men and women facilitating them take their first step towards entrepreneurship – said by The Chief Operating Officer of Ola, Pranay Jivrajka.
Ola will work with the Haryana govt to introduce innovative and customized mobility solutions such as Ola Bike, Ola Auto, Ola Shuttle and Ola Share across the state. This commitment will be invaluable for the state’s growth, said Sudhir Rajpal, MD of Haryana State Industrial & Infrastructure Dev. Corpn.
Ola is now present in 5 cities in Haryana including Faridabad Gurgaon, Panchkula, Kurukshetra and Ambala, and intends to develop its services in the region further.