After promises of high earnings, fare cuts and increased commission have left drivers with car loans they can’t pay off
Moham Kumar wolfs down a few spoonfuls of spiced black chickpeas for lunch between passengers.
It is 3pm. Kumar has been on the roads of the Indian capital since 9am without a break. He will continue driving until 9pm or 10pm. This is his routine, seven days a week. “When I get home my daughter is asleep. My life is spent in this car,” he says.