With the Winter Session of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly scheduled to start from November 19, the drivers said that they would try to meet CM Devendra Fadnavis and state Transport Minister Diwakar Raote on Monday to discuss their demands.
The company’s board met Tuesday in a marathon meeting attended by the entire board, including Kalanick and Al-Rumayyan. Khosrowshahi was scheduled to present his plan for 2019 as Uber prepares for a public offering.
On Friday, after State Transport Minister Diwakar Raote assured drivers that a new fare scheme, which will hike the base fares of their cab rides, would be introduced by November 15, drivers called off the strike.
The strike was called off on the condition that cab aggregators -- Ola and Uber -- would prepare a new fare chart on price-per-kilometre, by mid-November, which will take into consideration the rising fuel prices, sources said.