A civil court in Rawalpindi has momentarily disallowed Careem from using words “captain” for its auto motorists after an airline company pilot approached the court grumbling to have actually dealt with “humiliation and disgrace” over sharing his job title with the ride-hailing business’s team.
The order was provided by Civil Judge Rawalpindi Rao Ejaz Ahmed Awan, who ordered the company to send its feedback by July 31.
The petition was filed by Labeeb Ahmed, a pilot by career, with his attorney Chaudhry Rizwan Elahi.
The petitioner mentioned that due to Careem’s use of the term “captain” for its drivers, he has to bear the brunt of jokes as people usually deliberately puzzle his task title with that of Careem captains.
He claimed such circumstances had actually ruined his self-confidence and also ridiculed an aviation rank that is “achieved after going through rigorous education and learning and obtaining industrial pilot license from the Civil Air Travel Authority Pakistan.”
The petitioner claimed that as a result of Careem’s nomenclature, he felt intimidated when sharing his job title with individuals.
He suggested that the title of captain should either be reserved for a pilot or a third-ranked police officer of the armed forces, additionally called an appointed police officer.
After listening to the debates, the civil judge ordered the business to not utilize words “captain” for its vehicle drivers up until the next hearing and also sought a reaction from the zonal manager of the company by July 31.