Odd-even to enter its second phase in Delhi from April 15, 2016

The odd-even rule that was initiated to curb pollution levels will be implemented for the second time in Delhi owing to an ‘overwhelming’ public response from April 15-30, 2016. This announcement was made by the Delhi chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal at a press conference today.

The first phase of the odd-even rule was implemented on a trial basis in the national capital from January 1 -15, 2016. According to the rule, odd-numbered cars were allowed to ply on odd dates...


Updated Date: Feb 11, 2016 19:01 PM

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