by hidden Jan, 01 2016 IST
Volunteers held up slogans in support of the odd-even policy which began on Friday. Image: Naresh Sharma/Firstpost
A police personnel holds up a placard for a 'pollution-free city.' The initiative will be tried out over a period of 15 days starting from 1 January. Image: Naresh Sharma/Firstpost
Describing the response to the policy, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal has said that he is 'overwhelmed' by its success. Image: Naresh Sharma/Firstpost
The measure has been taken as a reponse to high air pollution levels in the city. Image: Naresh Sharma/Firstpost
Delhi police commissioner BS Bassi has also appeared to people to follow the restrictions. Image: Naresh Sharma/Firstpost
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