Women's vehicles exempted from Odd-Even: CM Arvind Kejriwal

12 Oct 2019 02:45 PM

Women's vehicles exempted from Odd-Even: CM Arvind Kejriwal

Updated 12 Oct 2019 02:45 PM

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday said that private CNG cars will not be exempted from the odd-even scheme, which is to be implemented between November 4 and 15.
The Chief Minister, however, said that the public transport vehicles running on CNG like buses, autos, and taxis are exempted.
Kejriwal, who was talking to media persons, said that only those women drivers who will steer the vehicle alone or with other women on-board or with a child less than 12 years of age will be exempted.
"Private CNG vehicles were exempted in the first two odd-even schemes. It was seen that the stickers given were misused and were sold out in 'black'. When such things happen, then the whole purpose of implementing the odd-even scheme is defeated," he said. 

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