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Odd-even scheme to be implemented from April 15 to 30

The Delhi Government Had Carried Out A Survey Which Said 81 Per Cent Of Delhiites Wanted That The Odd-even Scheme Should Be Implemented Again. However, The Two-wheelers Will Be Allowed To Ply On The Roads During Phase Two.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Bindiya Bhatt | Updated on: 11 Feb 2016, 04:54:50 PM

New Delhi:

The odd-even scheme is set to be implemented again from April 15 for 15 days in Delhi in its second phase, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced on Thursday. Women will be exempted.

The decision has been taken on the basis of the feedback of the scheme when it was implemented on January 1-15, Kejriwal said.

The Delhi government had carried out a survey which said 81 per cent of Delhiites wanted that the odd-even scheme should be implemented again. However, the two-wheelers will be allowed to ply on the roads during phase two.

The decision to allow 30 to 40 lakh two-wheelers during the trial has been to prevent the chaos at buses and Delhi Metro.

Kejriwal said that other exemptions have not been decided yet. Earlier on Thursday, Kejriwal had said that the experiment will not be made permanent.

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First Published : 11 Feb 2016, 04:51:00 PM