Uber filed a lawsuit against their main rival in India, accusing them of booking hundreds of thousands of fake rides in order to sabotage their business.
In a lawsuit filed in the Delhi High Court last week, Uber claims that Ola and their employees used 93,000 fraudulent accounts to book over 400,000 false rides over a period of seven months.
Uber said that as a result, it has suffered damage to their business, profits and goodwill. More than 23,000 Uber drivers quit as a result of the fake rides.
Ola is also accused of impersonating Uber administrators and sending false text messages to their drivers. Uber is seeking $7.5 million in damages.
Ola denied the allegations, calling them frivolous and false.