"Had a great conversation with Smt @nsitharaman on how Uber can be a part of #NammaBengaluru's urban mobility story," Uber Bangalore said in a tweet.
While the details of the meeting were not available, sources said Karnataka's latest norms for cab aggregators that were notified in April were discussed.
The company has raised concerns over the norms. Uber GM (South) Bhavik Rathod met the minister and discussed urban mobility solutions in Bengaluru and Uber's role in it, they added.
According to reports, the transport authorities of the city had said that many aggregator companies have not obtained licensed from authorities and violating norms.
According to a source here, the ministry has assured the company to take up their issues with the concerned authorities.