Delhi’s Arvind Kejriwal government announced the Delhi Odd Even Scheme rule last month. Odd-Even rule will be applicable in Delhi between 4-15 November. For this, almost complete preparations have been done by the Delhi government.
According to this rule, only vehicles with registration number ending with the OD mark will be allowed to run on Delhi roads on the date of the odd (odd) digit of the month. At the same time, vehicles with registration number ending with even digit will be allowed on the date of even (even) digit.
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In easy words, you can understand Odd-Even like this. If the last digit of your car’s number plate is aud (1,3,5,7,9), then you can run it on 1,3,5,7,9,11,13, November 15. Similarly, if the last digit of your car’s number plate is even (2,4,6,8,0), you can drive it on 2,4,6,8,10,12, November 14. In such a situation, while leaving the house in November, please check the last number of the date and number plate.
This odd-even rule of Delhi government will start from November 4 and will continue till November 15. This rule will be valid from 8 am to 8 pm except Sunday only. Starting from 2016, this scheme is being implemented in Delhi for the third time.
The High Court has given a green signal to Aud Even in Delhi. The court has refused to ban it. However, the court is ready to hear the problems related to it. The High Court has issued a notice to the Delhi government, directing it to file the reply before November 5.