Plans to sabotage Delhi's odd-even traffic scheme hatched – Watch video
Even when the arch-rivals Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) seems to have agreed on Delhi government's odd-even traffic scheme, some unscrupulous people have already made plans to sabotage the formula.
New Delhi: Even when the arch-rivals Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) seems to have agreed on Delhi government's odd-even traffic scheme, some unscrupulous people have already made plans to sabotage the formula.
“There is no conflict between Delhi Govt and Centre over the issue of pollution in the capital,” said Union Minister of State for Home, Kiren Rijiju, ANI reported.
According to an Exclusive coverage by India Today, some shops in the national capital's Kashmiri Gate and Shahadra area are ready with some unique but fraud ideas.
Interestingly, these shopkeepers are selling these 'jugaad formula' on a very cheap price- ranging from Rs 10 to 250.
Here are few examples:
- Special stickers are available in these shops which can replace the last digit of the number plate.
- Fake number plates are also available in these shops that too at a very nominal price.
- Special vinyl sheet can be bought from here which can be pasted on the original number plate.
Notably, the Delhi High Court on Monday observed - Air pollution in the national capital is of an "emergency nature" – it also said that this situation would not have arisen if the authorities had implemented laws and rules in place to prevent environmental degradation.
Therefore, it's high time that as responsible citizens we must choose the correct path. After all there will always a right and a wrong path, it depend on us what we choose.
The Delhi government will implement its much-debated odd-even car scheme from January 1, 2016, allowing vehicles with licence plates ending with odd and even numbers to ply on alternate days.
The scheme will be reviewed after first 15 days and then the government will study its impact and decide if the plan will be extended further or not.
Watch the video here:
— India Today (@IndiaToday) December 21, 2015