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Odd-even plan kicks off in Delhi: In Pics

Here is how the odd-even plan was implemented in Delhi and how Delhiites supported it.


Odd-even plan kicks off in Delhi: In Pics

New Delhi: The 'odd-even' plan for cars to curb vehicular pollution in the national capital came into effect from Friday morning. Initially, the scheme will be on trial basis for 15 days.

Schools will remain closed during the period. Under the scheme, Odd number registration cars will ply on odd dates and even number on even dates. The Scheme will be in operation from 8 am in the morning to 8 pm in the evening. However, the scheme will not apply on Sundays.

Here is how the odd-even plan was implemented in Delhi and how Delhiites supported it.

 

  • AAP volunteers of Trinagar Vidhansabha doing odd-even plan awareness drive.

  • A view of Delhi Cantt Road on the day odd-even plan was implemented.A view of Delhi Cantt Road on the day odd-even plan was implemented.
  • Delhi Environment Minister Imran Hussain leaves for Delhi Secretariat in an E-rickshaw.Delhi Environment Minister Imran Hussain leaves for Delhi Secretariat in an E-rickshaw.
  • A view of Delhi roads as odd-even plan is implemented here.Odd-even plan was implemented in Delhi on Jan 1.
  • According to the reports we have got till now, odd-even plan has been a success, says Delhi CM.
  • By and large people of Delhi have accepted this anti-pollution drive whole heartedly: Arvind Kejriwal.
  • Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal carpools with Cabinet Ministers Gopal Rai and Satyendra Jain to Delhi Secretariat.
  • I appeal to people to cooperate for coming 15 days: Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi.
  • Civil defence volunteers at Indraprastha Flyover showing play cards.Here is how the odd-even plan was implemented in Delhi.
  • Civil defence volunteers of Delhi hit the roads to make a odd-even plan a success.Here is how the odd-even plan was implemented in Delhi.
  • Civil Defence volunteers holding placards & giving roses to few violators.
  • AAP leader Ashutosh explains how he intends to support the initiative.
  • Mehrauli MLA Naresh Yadav cycling with his supporters.
  • Delhi Tourism Minister Kapil Mishra leaves for Delhi Secretariat on a motorcycle.
  • Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain expressed optimism that people of Delhi will ensure that 'odd-even' formula turns out to be a huge success.
  • Delhi Transport department also tweeted informing what all steps are being taken to support the intitaive.
  • Delhi CM Kejriwal tweeted on New Year's Eve, asking Delhiites to support the initiative.

 

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