Fine for violating odd-even will be Rs 4,000: Kejriwal | Full PC

17 Oct 2019 12:51 PM

Fine for violating odd-even will be Rs 4,000: Kejriwal | Full PC

Updated 17 Oct 2019 12:51 PM

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal addresses press conference on measures to control pollution. We have made 16 vigilance teams to check day and night construction sites and burning of waste. While speaking on implementation of odd-even scheme in Delhi, he said, We have almost decided everything about imposing odd-even rule from November 4th to November 15th, 2019. On even dates, only vehicles with even numbers will be allowed and odd number vehicles will run on odd dates. The scheme will also be valid for vehicles coming from different states. Moreover two wheelers will be exempted from this scheme, added Delhi CM 

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