New Delhi, Jan 4: Monday was said to be the first real day of test for Delhi government's ambitious Odd-even rule, as the national capital was back to working mode ever since the scheme was launched on Friday, Jan 1.
Though Delhi roads saw lesser number of 'odd' vehicles, for today was the day for even vehicles, but the public transport, especially Delhi metro, were flooded with people.
As per commuters, there were chaotic sights in the rush hours of the day, as every body was in a haste to reach his/her destination on time and metro was the most convenient mode of transport for them.
People took to Twitter to recount their experience in the metro on the first working day.
There were people who slammed the Arvind Kejriwal government for spreading chaos in Delhi while there were those who commended the government for its brave move.
Here is how people reacted on Twitter on first full working day:
One and half hour queue to get inside Saket Metro Station. 20 Minutes to get out. Horror tales of Odd - Even doing rounds. Good job Arvind.— Odd ChopdaSaab (@Keisar_) January 4, 2016
Total chaos in Delhi, my uncle couldn't make to office in time because of jam in metro stations #OddEven_का_रायता— Swarnav (স্বৰ্ণৱ) (@Yo_Swarnav) January 4, 2016
@sandeepgandotra Delhi metro has become Bombay local. Give Kejriwal a bullet train he will convert it to national passenger. whatsay?— Kutty (@kutty983) January 4, 2016
Bachi Karkaria in her TOI column: " Forget car numbers. Delhi has an odd CM who wants to get even with everyone else." #OddEven_का_रायता— Shailendra (@shailendrat) January 4, 2016
i'm not a sadist, but i'm enjoying the sufferings of Delhiwalas, the silly souls had voted for a *revolution* #OddEven_का_रायता— nahush jain (@jainnahush) January 4, 2016
Then there were those who backed the government: