Odd-even passed litmus test, says Delhi government Delhi traffic policeman fights pollution by wearing a mask
Eastern Eye Staff
OVER 1,200 motorists were fined for flouting odd-even norms on Monday (January 4) – the first full-fledged working day after roll out of the scheme – leaving public transport packed to the capacity even as Delhi government claimed the vehicular restrictions passed the “litmus test”. Hundreds of personnel from traffic police and enforcement wing of Delhi government’s Transport Department, assisted by civil defence volunteers were deployed across major traffic junctions to ensure enforcement of scheme on the third day of its implementation. Though even-numbered cars dominated the roads in synchronisation with the Monday’s date, odd-numbered cars seen plying in various…
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