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Delhi Air Pollution - Government to impose Odd-Even Rule from Monday

Delhi Air Pollution - Government to impose Odd-Even Rule from Monday
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Due to the alarming Air Pollution, the Transport Minister of Delhi Mr.Kailosh Gahlot has said that the city will impose Odd-Even car rationing scheme for a 5-Day period and it begins on November 14th. The scheme will take place from 8 am to 8 pm.


Delhi Air Pollution - Government to impose Odd-Even Rule from Monday



And the only people who will be exempted are Women Drivers and Two-Wheelers. The Air Pollution levels hiked to new heights and the situation has reached out of control. Under this Odd-Even rule, private vehicles are allowed to run based on the last number of their license plates.

Delhi Air Pollution - Government to impose Odd-Even Rule from Monday


Under this scheme, Odd-numbered cars can run on odd dates and even-numbered cars can run on even dates. The scheme was enforced earlier in 2016 between a period of January 1st to 15th and April 15th to 30th. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said, "The Whole North India is a gas chamber. We will find a solution soon." The Health Ministry also asked the inmates of Delhi to drink plenty of water to avoid bad health and respiratory problems.



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