Kejriwal said that the Chief Minister and the ministers of Delhi will not get an exemption from the Odd-Even.
New Delhi| The Odd-Even formula will be implemented from 4 to 15 November in the country’s capital. For violation of its rules, a fine of Rs 4,000 will be charged. On Thursday, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that Odd-Even will be applicable to vehicles operating from other states and CNG, while two-wheelers will not come under its purview. The rule will be applicable from Monday to Saturday, there will be a discount on Sunday. Earlier, the Delhi government implemented Odd-Even in January 2016 and April 2016.
Who will get an exemption from Odd-Even:
President, Vice President, Prime Minister, Governor of States, Lok Sabha Speaker, Union Minister, Chief Minister of States, Election Commissioner and CAG vehicles, Army related vehicles, Emergency-ambulances and fire brigades, vehicles carrying patients, women, disabled and Children with less than 12 years of age, children will be exempted. Two Wheelers will be out of the realm of odd-even.
The rule will apply to these vehicles
Kejriwal said that the Chief Minister and the ministers of Delhi will not get an exemption from the Odd-Even. This rule will be applicable to all vehicles coming from other states and running CNG vehicles in Delhi. The last time CNG vehicles were exempted at Odd-Even.
How much penalty will be applicable from when?
According to Kejriwal, if a driver is found violating the rules of Odd-even, then he will be fined Rs 4 thousand. Odd-Even will be applicable from 8 am to 8 pm between 4 and 15 November. Every Sunday, all vehicles will be exempted from this.