Odd-even back in Delhi from April 15

Odd-even back in Delhi from April 15

The Delhi government on Thursday said the second phase of odd-even car curbs will be implemented from April 15 to April 30, with exemptions for women drivers and two-wheelers remaining intact.

Plans are also afoot for having odd-even every month for 15 days, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said. But a final decision on this will be taken after the second phase of odd-even car formula is over, according to him. Kejriwal said the odd-even curbs cannot be implemented “permanently” because of lack of sufficient public transport.

“Eighty-one per cent people supported odd-even, 19 per cent said no to it, 53 per cent said they want it on February 15, and 63 per cent demanded it permanently,” he said.

 at a news conference on Thursday. Since early this month, the government has been taking feedback through mohalla sabhas, website, email, missed call and message.

According to the government, 275 of 276 mohalla sabhas want odd-even to be re-introduced.