New Delhi, Apr 16: With a section of auto and taxi unions threatening to strike work on Monday, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday said BJP and RSS want the odd-even scheme to "fail" but people will foil their designs.
Monday will be the real test of the public transport arrangements in the city when schools and offices will reopen after an extended weekend, and taxis and autos going off roads can spell hardship for commuters.
"BJP appeals to people to break odd-even. BJP auto-union calls strike. In Jan too, BJP tried to fail odd-even by orchestrating officers' strike. Ppl failed BJP and made odd-even success.
"RSS and BJP want odd-even to fail but Delhi will fail BJP yet again. Media has portrayed BJP's mischiefs as politics between it and AAP. Have the guts to call out their wrongs," Kejriwal tweeted.
The second phase of the road-rationing experiment returned to the city yesterday after a gap of two-and-a-half months amid heightened crackdown on violators as opposed to stress on voluntary compliance seen during the first phase.
Kejriwal also referred to senior BJP leader Vijay Goel's assertion that he will violate the rule on Monday as a mark of protest against the scheme, which he alleged is a "publicity stunt" by the AAP chief.