Odd-Even Scheme: 601 Violators Challaned For Violating The Rule

13/01/2016 9:40 AM IST | Updated 15/07/2016 8:25 AM IST
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NEW DELHI, INDIA - JANUARY 4: People and traffic police wearing a mask during the implementation of odd-even vehicle formula at ITO crossing on January 4, 2016 in New Delhi, India. Contrary to apprehensions, Delhi's odd-even vehicle scheme aimed at battling pollution did not lead to the feared problems on Monday, the first full working day of the New Year. The 15-day odd-even scheme started on January 1 and aims to put odd numbered vehicles on the roads on odd dates and even numbered vehicles on even dates. (Photo by Arvind Yadav/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

NEW DELHI -- As many as 601 violators of the odd-even scheme were challaned yesterday, the 12th day of implementation of car-rationing measures in the national capital.

The police penalised 147 motorists for violating the vehicular restriction norms, enforcement teams of the government's Transport department fined 240 motorists and Revenue department booked 214, senior officials said.

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On Monday, the authorities had booked 753 violators of the scheme, which will run till 15 January.

The odd-even scheme brought by AAP-led Delhi government as part of a pilot plan to cut air pollution in the city was rolled out on 1 January.

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