The draft aggregator policy was first published in January 2022 as a means of regulating vehicle aggregators in the Delhi NCR. This includes, among others, cab aggregators like Ola and Uber, food delivery companies like Swiggy and Zomato, and logistics and ecommerce companies like Amazon and Flipkart.
The most recent draft was created following consultations with stakeholders and field companies. The government has given the public 21 days to provide feedback. In addition, the January draft identified every company with a vehicle fleet as an aggregator, and the rules were the same for all of of the companies, regardless of the niche in which they operate. The Delhi government, on the other hand, has defined three distinct sectors in the new draft: passenger transportation, last-mile delivery, and ecommerce. The draft policy includes separate rules for each of the three sectors.