Mon. Jan 27th, 2020

Odd-Even Scheme To Roll Back In Delhi From November 4th to 15th 2019.

Hey Delhiites, remember those days of last year, when all us used to look at the calendar dates before leaving our homes on private vehicles. The days are back xd.

As announced by Delhi’s Chief Minister – Arvind Kejriwal – The Capital City has been facing pollution problem due to the burning of crops. Prior to which the Govt has decided to bring back the Odd-Even scheme for vehicles in Delhi once again.

Here’s the official Announcement by the AAP Govt, Stating the return of Alternate vehicle scheme.

Arvin Kejriwals Govt has come up with this seven-point action plan to beat out pollution from the city.

This plan includes distribution of masks, sweeping of the roads, Promoting Tree Plantation and some specially curated course of actions for the top 12 pollution spots in Delhi.

This Scheme was first introduced in the Nations Capital in 2016 And has been in action three times since then.

Some Top Queries Answered by Showcase Delhi

QUESTION 1 -Are Women drivers exempted from the scheme in 2019?
ANSWER- Yes, Women of Delhi can have a sigh of relief as they are allowed to drive during the tenure of odd-even.

QUESTION 2-Which days of the week are under restriction?
ANSWER-The scheme is not operational on weekends.
QUESTION 3 – What all categories of vehicles are entitled to follow the rules during the tenure?
ANSWER-Restrictions are imposed on all private cars including the two-wheelers, which were free from restrictions in previous versions of Odd-Even scheme in Delhi

Check Out What The Twitterati have to say about the Upcoming Odd-Even Plan.

Delhi Being termed under one of the worlds most polluted city has to go through all these preventive measures to survive in the long run.

The time frame of the scheme has been decided to be for 10 days .when asked about the small time frame, this is what the Delhi CM has to say –

“If you enforce Odd-Even for a long time, the implementation becomes troublesome. As of now, Odd-Even will only be restricted to this time frame,” said Mr. Kejriwal. He also added that Emergency vehicles are not entitled under the proposed course of action.

With November month coming forward, All of us are excited about the festival of lights, i.e Diwali. We at Showcase Delhi request all our viewers to not be a part of burning crackers during the festival. It’s our duty to keep our environment clean.