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Odd-Even violations: 192 challans issued on day one

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New Delhi, Nov 05: A total of 192 challans were issued for violations of the odd-even rule on the first day of its implementation on Monday, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said.

He also thanked the people of Delhi for complying with the rule, saying the scheme was successful on day one.

Traffic policemen impose penalty on a traffic offender for riding a vehicle with a number plate ending with an odd digit during the Odd-Even scheme, in New Delhi

The Delhi Traffic police issued 170 challans while the teams of the transport and the revenue department issued 15 and seven challans respectively, he said.

Violation of the odd-even rule is punishable with a fine of Rs 4,000.

Delhi: As Odd-even rule kicks in, traffic Police fines driver for breaking rules

    Odd-even begins in Delhi today

    The scheme will be in force from 8 AM to 8 PM till November 15.

    Sisodia said the air quality in Delhi improved on Monday as compared to the previous day, due to various reasons including the odd-even scheme.

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