Odd-even scheme starts in Delhi

New Delhi, Jan 1 (IANS) Delhi government’s odd-even scheme on car movement to curb pollution in the national capital started on Friday.

As there was less traffic, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal hoped that the plan would be successful.

“Hello Delhi! Ready for odd-even? We shall overcome,” he tweeted.

As per the rule, cars with odd-number registration would be allowed to ply on Friday.

Those not abiding the rule would be fined Rs.2,000.

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