Air Pollution: Odd-Even of cars to start in Delhi? Know when to decide, what will be the rules

Publish Date: 04 Nov, 2022 |
 

Delhi, which is suffocating with toxic pollution, has now decided to close the schools. Tomorrow i.e. from 5th November, the schools till primary will be closed. 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 indicated 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 will run in 50:50

Due to the increasing pollution in Delhi, if the odd-even formula is implemented in schools, colleges and other educational institutions of Delhi, then only 50 percent of the students in the class will be called for physical classes. That is, half the students will stay at home for three days and half the students will have to be physically present.

Ban of trucks and heavy vehicles

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.

 

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