#4 Things to Know about Delhi's Odd-Even Scheme
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Delhi’s Air Quality Index, or AQI, has reached an alarming level and has become a public health hazard.The Delhi government, therefore on its part, announced the implementation of the Odd-Even scheme to curb pollution and tackle traffic menace in the city. Here are 4 things to know about Delhi’s Odd-Even scheme.
Under the scheme, private four-wheeler vehicles with odd last digit will be allowed to ply on roads on odd dates and those with even last digit will be allowed on even dates.
Dates & Timings
The Delhi government has implemented the odd-even scheme for 11 days from November 4 to November 15 from 8 a.m. to 8p.m.
Delhi’s Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot announced that the number of registered electric vehicles in the city is less than 1,000 and are less polluting, and so are exempted. In addition, two-wheelers and women drivers have also been exempted.
An amount of INR 4,000 will be charged for the violation of the scheme.
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