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Govt: Can't pay e-hailing fares? Take other public transport

The government has urged users of e-hailing services who do not agree with the spike in fares to opt for other modes of transportation. This is because the e-hailing service is provided on a willing buyer-willing seller basis, Deputy Transport Minister Henry Sum Agong said in the Dewan Negara today. "Passengers are free to book with any e-hailing provider and can agree or disagree with the fares quoted. "If they disagree, they can use other modes of public transportation like taxi services," he added.

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