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Odd-Even for cars to start in Delhi? Know when to decide, what will be the rules

New Delhi: Delhi, which is suffocating with toxic pollution, has now decided to close the schools. Schools up to primary will be closed from tomorrow. CM Arvind Kejriwal said in the press conference that the air in Delhi is as bad as in the cities of UP, Haryana, Bihar, Rajasthan. He has demanded from the central government that steps should be taken to save North India from pollution. Along with the announcement of the school, the CM has also given clear indications about the odd-even system of cars. He said that the idea of ​​​​implementing odd-even in Delhi is going on, if need be, it will be started. It is expected that a decision can be taken on this in the next 24 hours.

Classes of primary school are being closed in Delhi from tomorrow. Considering odd-even. Will consider if needed.

Arvind Kejriwal, CM

Actually, a day earlier in Noida, it was announced to make schools up to 8th online. In such a situation, seeing the white sheet of pollution today, people started demanding closure of schools in Delhi too. With the announcement of closure of schools till 5th class, the discussion of odd-even has also intensified. CM Kejriwal has given a clear indication that a decision can be taken in this regard soon. Let us know that after the announcement of odd-even, what will change in Delhi?

Delhi: Schools will remain closed from tomorrow till the pollution situation improves, CM Kejriwal announced
Know the current restrictions first
From Thursday, the entry of four wheeler light motor vehicles running on diesel in Delhi and trucks in the national capital has been banned. BS-6 standard vehicles and vehicles engaged in essential/emergency service are exempted. There is also a ban on diesel-run medium and heavy goods vehicles registered in Delhi. There is also a ban on the entry of trucks other than electric and CNG-run trucks into Delhi.

Arvind Kejriwal on Pollution: Kejriwal said – not only in Delhi there is pollution, there is a problem in the whole of North India, announced the closure of schools up to primary in the state
Now it’s Odd-Even’s turn
It is expected that if pollution does not stop, odd-even may also be implemented in Delhi in the next 24 hours. Well, odd-even is not a new thing for Delhiites. They have been following it for some time during the cold season since last few years. If the Kejriwal government decides to implement odd-even, it can be for a week or 15 days initially. You may also have some questions in your mind, let us try to find answers to them according to the rules of odd-even in force in previous years.

Question- What is the odd even rule?
answer- This is such a rule of driving vehicles on the road, in which the same vehicles can be seen on the road on the odd number (odd) like 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, whose last number on the number plate is odd. Are. On the next day, vehicles with even numbers can be seen on the road whose last digit in the number is even i.e. 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16. In such a situation, whether to remove the car today or not, before that the number plate must be seen.

Question- Which vehicles will get exemption if the odd-even rule is implemented?
answer- Ambulances, fire brigade, vehicles of jail inmates, dead bodies can be exempted from odd-even. Delhi Police vehicles and people taking the patient to the hospital can be exempted in view of the emergency.

Question- If children wearing uniform are in the car, will the even vehicle get a discount on the odd day?
answer-
By the way, it has been announced to close the schools till the fifth grade. According to the Odd-Even rules applicable earlier, if the child is sitting in the car in school dress on the school timings and on the day of the odd number, then he can get a discount.

Question- Will there be odd-even for people coming from outside or other states?
answer-
In the earlier years, there was a clear rule in Delhi that even if someone is coming from other states, he has to follow the odd-even rule of vehicles.

Question- Which people will get exemption from odd-even?
answer-
President, Vice President, Prime Minister, Chief Justice, Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Union Minister, Chief Minister, Lok Sabha Speaker, Leader of the Opposition in the House, Deputy Chairman of Rajya Sabha, Supreme Court Judge, CAG, UPSC Chairman, Delhi High Court Judge, Para Military Force , SPG vehicles, pilots, vehicles with embassy numbers, vehicles engaged in elections, vehicles carrying children in school dress, only women vehicles, bikes etc.

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